PCST 2018

3-6 April 2018, Dunedin, New Zealand

The 15th international conference of the Public Communication of Science and Technology network took place from 3–6 April 2018 in Dunedin, New Zealand.

Given its location in Dunedin, New Zealand, it was a natural venue for two sessions on communicating science across cultures.

The theme of the conference was “Science, Stories and Society”. PCST 2018 explored the nexus between science, stories and society, that place where science communication lives.

Full programme and abstracts

PCST 2018 overview: Communicating science across cultures

Conference materials

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Scientific and political aspects of the circulation of rumors about zika and microcephaly in social networks during the summer epidemic of 2015-2016Viewgarcia-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The communication of science and technology as a tool for social inclusion: Analysis of cases in indigenous communities in MexicoViewgarcia-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science in the Brazilian magazine piauí – Who writes the story also has a storyViewfontanetto-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The role of story in transitioning to low carbon travelViewfletcher-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Activism, Science, and the Infinite GameViewfitzjohn-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The science communication of whale watching – A marketing based people-focused science communication process and impact modelViewfinkler-w2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The art and science of engagement – A global perspective on science communication through the artsViewfinkler-w2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicate science for everyday, knowing your audienceViewfigueroa-perea-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
ICATE – A strategy for infection control awarenessViewferreira-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Formation of mediators of Science Square of Vitoria, ES, Brazil – A proposal for a conceptual approach to the hand lift equipmentViewferracioli-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
A case study in supporting video and narrative based science communication to engage non-expert national audiencesViewfarrugia-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Institutional science communication – Cross-national comparative studyViewentradas-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Reducing motivated reasoning on controversial science – Testing which factors best promote open-minded processing of informationVieweichmeier-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Using videos of live surgeries to communicate medical knowledge to the publicVieweggeling-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Do you speak politician? Lessons from PRIMEViewmarx-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How can we engage more diverse audiences in large-scale citizen science projects for broader societal impact?Viewmartin-v2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Engagement for digital native storytellers – Making students the science communicatorsViewmartin-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
“It actually works for me” – The presence of homeopathy in the Spanish digital pressViewmarti-sanchez-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Paper, scissors, playdough – An experiment in using creative methods for the collaborative design of instruments for responsible industrial innovationViewmarschalek-i2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science communication the other way around – How to get scientists to understand you?Viewde-la-torre-avila-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Frequensea – Making the intangible tangibleViewmarino-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Presenting science to young adults with intellectual disabilitiesViewde-kauwe-v2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Why won’t they just vaccinate? An infectious disease risk communication workshop based on a story about a virus, a vaccine and fearViewmanyweathers-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The arousal of “Hot cognition” in science explanation and judgementViewku-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How Japanese academic and research institutions communicate scientific information to the public: The rise of news releasesViewkoso-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The representation of synthetic biology in Dutch mediaViewde-bakker-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
“Monitoring disease risk is not a huge priority, but herd health, that’s sort of important” – Beyond a top down approach, using farming stories to develop a farmer-led disease surveillance systemViewmanyweathers-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Blog&Tweet turns – changing the culture of science communicationViewkoivumaki-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Tweet or perishViewkoivumaki-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Public participation and government ‘s scientific decision – taking the disputes caused by China’ s Px Project as an exampleViewma-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Supporting science communicators – new approachesViewde-bakker-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The scientific basis of homeopathy, where is the (mis)communication?Viewknapen-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Vitreous soundsViewlupetti-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science communication as culture: Entertainment, interaction, and emotionViewdavies-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Questioning assumptions: The evidence gap in science communicationViewkingsley-i2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
A new tool to evaluate impacts of science communication on scientific literacyViewkingsley-i2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Changing climate x changing communities = emergency communication challengesViewcormick-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Introducing LEARN CitSci – Exploring youth participation in citizen scienceViewlorke-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Attitudes towards science in New Zealand: Psychological factors and implications for science communicationViewkerr-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
From ‘old media’ to interactive radio?Viewlorke-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating disasters: After action reviews as a genre of science communicationViewkennedy-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Research and the arts – Allegra Lab HelsinkiViewkarvonen-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Evaluation of attitudes toward CAM among budding science storytellers – Medicine, nursing, journalism and teaching undergraduate studentsViewlopera-pareja-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science with symphonyViewkarvonen-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Attitudes and perceptions of training teaching students about alternative and complementary medicines: A focus group studyViewcorell-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Public engagement-oriented science education practices and research – using TV programs broadcasted by NHK in JapanViewkano-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Support for citizen scientists through social mediaViewlongnecker-n2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Climate modelling, cognitive mapping and literary formViewcorballis-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Collaboration readiness of transdisciplinary collaborationsViewkalmar-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The creation of story authenticity – a case study of the Taiwanese fictional medical program “Wake Up”Viewlo-y2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Final year science communication projects for undergraduate science studentsViewconcannon-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Scientists’ ambivalence about public communicationViewjoubert-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Scientists’ beliefs about science and the public in different culturesViewlo-y2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Analysis on the purpose of information and scientific communication through internet among womenViewjothi-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Social participation in science: The perspective of third sector organizationsViewllorente-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating science to the very young through playViewconcannon-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Exploring perceptions about the educational use of augmented realityViewjohn-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Empirical studies on the science culture index – Comparison study among EU-China-IndianViewliu-x2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Passive communicators: Investigating Chinese scientists’ interaction with mediaViewjia-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Key elements for communication and strengthening of the relationship: First steps to develop bicultural partnerships for amphibian conservation in New ZealandViewcisternas-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Constructing the framework of risk governance for free opening science and technology centers in ChinaViewliu-x2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How to evaluate science communication impact using survey methodsViewjensen-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Evaluating the effectiveness of a science communication MOOCViewchinsamy-turan-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Preaching to scientifically converted audiences: Evaluating social inclusion at science festivals and eventsViewjensen-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Creating new heroes: Promoting CERN in the post-Higgs eraViewjarlett-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Investigation on research themes and the development trend of science communication through literature research on all published papers in PCST conference from 1989 to 2016Viewcheng-x2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Context and challenges in engaging scientists in science communication: Case study from ThailandViewchen-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Study of lifelong learning and civic science literacy of youth in ThailandViewchen-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Heroes in science: Personal narratives and self-identitiesViewcerini-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Emerging trends and issues in citizen scienceViewcerini-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science museum not yet, but 10 years communicating sciences in the same senseViewcastro-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How can citizen science support communities to expand their narrative: Seashore stories from New ZealandViewcarson-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
When researchers, students and pupils communicate science with stop-motion animation moviesViewcarcaillet-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Coverage comparison of homeopathy and acupuncture stories in Spanish digital mediaViewcano-oron-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Recognising the importance of story scouting and crafting to maximise stakeholders engagement in the Great Barrier ReefViewortiz-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Frankenstein food? The legitimation processes of GM Food in the NetherlandsViewjansma-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The comics as a tool to inform scientific concepts about glass in an interesting and playful wayViewiwata-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Citizen science – A new knowledge politics?Viewirwin-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Whose story is it anyway? Participatory approaches to science engagementViewinglis-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Where no one has gone before: A journey into the nano worldViewinglis-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Stories can save lives: Breaking through stigma with video storiesViewinglis-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science crowdfunding in Japan – Its characteristics and future problemsViewikkatai-y2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
What about climate change? The absence of climate change from science communication in New Zealand national parksViewhytten-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
What science story do they tell? A comparative study of how science was presented in three different types of Taiwan’s TV programsViewhuang-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Does the big natural science metanarrative exist?Viewhrabankova-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Crowdsourcing the storytelling: Competitions in quantum film and fictionViewhogan-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
You need to shut up: Research silencing and its implications for public health policyViewhoepner-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Engaging the STEM-excluded: Critical perspectives on broadening participationViewhickman-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Understanding ‘trusted intermediaries’ in order to broaden participationViewhickman-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science Learning: Understanding the value of informal science experiencesViewhickman-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Building knowledge infrastructures for citizen science: The quest for reciprocityViewhetland-p2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Questions from Brazil – Children and adults interaction at a science exhibitionViewneves-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science communication and socio-environmental problems: The case of water and forestsViewherrera-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Adoption and implementation of scientific knowledge into peatland policy – does it work?Viewneumann-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science and socioenvironmental problems: Discourses in the urban context of Guadalajara, MexicoViewherrera-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The soul of Latin-American science communicationViewnepote-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The use of narratives (photo-comic) as a means to communicate information about use, treatment and conservation of water in Mexico.Viewnegrete-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
An approach to scientific literacy through chemical experiments using wine and metaphoric representationsViewnagao-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Indigenous languages in Patagonia – A travelling exhibitionViewmurriello-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Stories about earthquakes and eruptions in Andean PatagoniaViewmurriello-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Telling stories through the soundscapes of nanotechnology mediaViewmurphy-p2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Framing futures through fiction and folklore – Weaving past and prospective narratives of public understanding of climate scienceViewmunshi-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
A five year qualative and quantative assesment of science engagement by NRF|SAASTAViewmuller-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Who tells the science stories in Spain? – Survey among the members of associations of science communicatorsViewmoreno-castro-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
A study about knowledge and attitudes towards complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) among teacher training students – A pilot study based on open ended questionnairesViewmoreno-castro-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Counteracting cross-cultural calamities when creating a comic – lessons learned from a pilot studyViewbrouneus-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The role of society in science – Insights into responsibility, integrity and stakeholder valuesViewmordan-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Motives, opinions and communication – perspectives from the field study of Kakrapar Atomic Power Station (KAPS) in Gujarat, IndiaViewmohan-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Public confidence in research – communication dos and don’ts for researchersViewbrouneus-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Uncle Albert’s kosher dill pickle – telling the story of Albert Einstein through science experiments, music, humour and audience participationViewmir-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Outdoor science parks and experiences – increasing community participation and building new society partnershipsViewmir-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Mind the ‘Ivory Tower-Grassroots’ gap – Science communication in post conflict societiesViewbrouneus-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
High level science learning centers – innovative community project to develop young science experts and science communicatorsViewmir-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Who do we trust and think should have a say, when it comes to controversial scientific issues such as human gene editing?Viewbrossard-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating science across cultures – Session 2 – Heritage and engagementViewmiller-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating science across cultures – Session 1 of 2- Astronomy and voyagingViewmiller-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The importance to gain knowledge and skills through science communicationViewbravo-williams-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
International perspectives on science communication theory and practiceViewmetcalfe-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Coverage of science and technology in Brazilian public television TV CulturaViewbotin-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
When curious citizens lead science – the paradigm shift arising from participatory scienceViewmetcalf-v2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Stories of complementary therapies in the Spanish digital newspapersViewmendoza-poudereux-i2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
‘I, for one, welcome our robot overlords’ – Reader comments as a space for public deliberation of emerging technologiesViewboran-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Musical tales – One composer in residence and three movements of scienceViewmena-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Reframing climate change – A deliberative approach to public engagement with scienceViewblue-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Talking about reflexivityViewblue-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Talking about values in science communicationViewmedvecky-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Be there: The importance of presence in a digital era – Stand-up and public seminarsViewbjorkman-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Vive el arrecife. First interactive exhibition on Mexican coral reefs to improve their conservationViewmedina-rosas-p2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Building Public Understanding of Population Health Science – Insights from a unique new collaborationViewmckinnon-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Square Kilometre Array’s Meerkat struggles with anti-science advocacy groupsViewbinneman-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science communication for citizen scientists – Fostering community capacity for environmental leadershipViewmckinnon-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Square Kilometre Array South Africa understanding San cosmologyViewbinneman-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science communication and gender – Challenges, opportunities and stereotypesViewmckinnon-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Using ocean exploration to connect Pacific Island cultures with ocean scienceViewmckinnie-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The science communication lab – An expert-based study on design requirements for technology exhibitionsViewmauelshagen-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Making the invisible visible – Photo-interview techniques in science communicationViewmauelshagen-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The role of communicating science stories in emotionally-charged debatesViewberingen-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Successful science communication about problems that cross sectorsViewedwards-n2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
‘A form of sanity check’ – How people at CERN view science communicationViewdvorzhitskaia-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How to train your audience – Research based advice on public speaking for scientistsViewbentsen-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Dilemmas in communicating climate scienceViewdurant-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How journalists deal with scientific uncertainty and what that means for the audienceViewdunwoody-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
An auto-ethnographic audit of science communication interest among Nigerian communication academicsViewbatta-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Research on characteristic of science popularization new media production based on InternetViewliu-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Implementing responsible research and innovation at universities – A cultural perspectiveViewdoran-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The meaningful power of emojis to understand public perceptions of scienceViewmateos-espejel-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
When science meets politics – The case of young adults and the Predator Free 2050 goalViewdickie-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Assessment on performance of science popularization resources in ChinaViewliu-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Building bridges between universities and society – The Magazine Lynaldo experienceViewde-oliveira-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Breaking down silos: Sharing outcomes from different approaches to science communication trainingViewherbulock-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Think tanks for or against science: Examples of recent anti-science rhetoricsViewlipponen-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science! You’ll never guess what happened nextViewhendy-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Narratives of science and community in marine ecosystem restorationViewbarrett-p2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Mistakes, fun, creativity – reinventing the idea of a meetingViewlipponen-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Scientists’ views on their own engagement in science communication and outreach activitiesViewhendriks-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Is science communication training effective? Integrating research into practiceViewbarel-ben-david-y2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Engagement in advanced biotechnologyViewhellens-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
There and back again – A science communicator and researcher’s taleViewbarel-ben-david-y2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Small screen science: Mobile video as a platform for explaining gravitational wavesViewlipfert-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Citizen science communication – theory and new conceptsViewhecker-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Are science stories inherently boring? A comparison of public engagement with science and general items on two popular news sitesViewbarel-ben-david-y2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Trying to find more variety and increase popular appeal in processesViewlinna-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
ImproSciComm – the art of (science) communication is improvisationViewhecker-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Using animal storytelling to communicate undergraduate students’ understanding of the human-nature relationshipViewlin-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Are researchers using social media professionally? A comparative survey among fields, levels of career and universitiesViewbarata-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The study of communication strategies of climate change riskViewli-y2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The investigation and analysis of scientists’ engagement in popular science writing in ChinaViewli-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
What’s new about public engagement with science on new media?Viewbaram-tsabari-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Research on the influential factors for science popularization capability in the enterpriseViewhe-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Why is early adolescence so pivotal in the climate change communication and education arena?Viewharker-schuch-i2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
What do you want to explore? Introducing personal research into a citizen science projectViewbaram-tsabari-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
What’s the Buzz? A selection of outstanding science story telling in film, television and streaming videoViewleigh-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Church and the bedroom: The relationship between religious service attendance and information about the emergency contraceptive pillsViewharcourt-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The Floor is to the StakeholdersViewbalvert-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How college students respond to cyber scientific research information in TaiwanViewlee-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
National surveys – If you’re going to bother, bother hardViewlamberts-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Digital absenting: The impact of digitization on narratives of science communicationViewhannah-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
To Trust or Not To Trust? Exploring the credibility and trustworthiness of science communicators in online video lecturesViewkonig-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The effects of photographing wildlife on engagement with biodiversity issuesViewhanisch-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Outside the boxViewhamel-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Analysis of science communication success factors of special exhibition in science museumViewkyeongju-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The search for effective methods of engaging Pacific Ocean nations for coral reef conservationViewhamada-ano-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
A qualitative study of reflective accounts of a science communication trainingViewkudo-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The Draw-a-scientist test in an African context: Comparing students’ (stereotypical) images of scientists across university facultiesViewguenther-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How the lived experience is shaping dementia researchViewgrosvenor-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Adventures in aerial dance and physics: How we made Flying AtomsViewgriffkin-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Tracking trends in demand for Australia’s research workforceViewgrant-w2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The Wholesome Show presents: Everything science communication shouldn’t doViewgrant-w2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Mapping science communication research globally – Trends, gaps, challenges and opportunitiesViewmassarani-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
A critical review of pre-eminent vaccine compliance and risk communication theoristsViewgormley-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Reviewing a case for the deficit model of communication during crisis pandemic communicationsViewgormley-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How do recipients interact with data journalism?Viewgoodwin-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Participatory science communication to rise scientific vocationsViewgonzalez-buron-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Stand-up comedy to rise scientific vocationsViewgonzalez-buron-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Stylistic elements of YouTube videos: What do users expect of science communicators?Viewgierth-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
When motivated reasoning is reasonable: Being vigilant about dubious science claims in online articlesViewgierth-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Co-creating an Amerindian Heritage Research Exhibition with Caribbean and European MuseumsViewsankatsing-nava-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Caribbean ties – Co-developing a new narrative on indigenous heritage in the Caribbean and beyondViewsankatsing-nava-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The ‘dinosaur’ magazine in the age of social mediaViewsalt-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Climate change engagement in the “Deep South challenge” – Integrating theory into practiceViewsalmon-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Reflexive practice – Radicalising how scientists approach communicationViewsalmon-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The role of science communication journals in America LatinaViewballi-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Nice to MOOC you – online learning for science communicationViewbailey-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Landing on reality though a future scenario – A case on responsible researchViewsaladie-n2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Training on RRI – Experiences on responsibilityViewsaladie-n2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
2500% and counting: Who gives a hoot about science?Viewbagg-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Practices of public communication of science in ColombiaViewayure-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Why the social nature of climate change doesn’t fit into climate change media profile? – The mediation of climate change induced migration in the UK as a case study.Viewsakellari-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science told by ‘science’ – The story of EurekAlert!Viewautzen-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating conservation with detection dogsViewrykers-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
From the communication of science and technology to the social appropriation of knowledgeViewrueda-x2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Comparison of graduate students and tenure-track faculty in levels of and attitudes toward public science communication engagementViewrose-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Applying hands-on activities as introduction to science and technology related occupations in enjoy science careers exhibitionViewatchawisit-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Public opinion of evolution – Different approaches to measuring evolution beliefsViewrose-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Youtube – To be or not to be scienceViewroger-monzo-v2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Scientists in residence – What’s the point of stepping out of the laboratory?Viewarmstrong-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Examining the intersection of art-science and science communicationViewarmstrong-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
“It won’t hurt you. It’s natural” – The treatment of alternative therapies in Spanish women’s magazinesViewroger-monzo-v2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Creative reactions – pint of science: Using art to explore science in LondonViewarmstrong-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Co-creating science communication – How important is facilitation for “democratisation’?Viewrock-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Outline of integrating science in the night cultureViewarmas-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The challenges of establishing a national citizen science associationViewroche-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science games: The nexus of science education and science communication?Viewaranda-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Evaluating science communication across cultures – European Researchers’ NightViewroche-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Can hype be a force for good? – Debating the benefits and drawbacks of science hypeViewroberson-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Children drawing pictures against antimicrobial resistance in GhanaViewappiah-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Policy design and implementation; an inclusive model to promote public participationViewrios-p2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Creating the stories togetherViewriise-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Scientists and journalists networked to promote environmental healthViewappiah-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Psychosocial stress due to environmental and health concerns – What should be our risk communication research agenda?Viewrifkin-w2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Social license and two narratives of science communication in Australia’s gasfield communitiesViewrifkin-w2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The role of professional science communication associations in supporting science communicators and legitimising science communication practicesViewriedlinger-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science advocacy in Australia – A Twitter analysis of the March for ScienceViewriedlinger-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Evaluation of vaccine communications and interventions, 1998-2014 – Do any actions have a shown improvement in reducing vaccine hesitancy and increasing vaccination rates to herd immunity levels?Viewansell-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
What knowledge and skills define a professional science communicator?Viewreynoso-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Treating patients with an illness that may not exist- using Lyme or Lyme-like illness in Australia as a case study for developing patient centric communication strategies and policy guidelines for interacting with complex and controversial illnessesViewansell-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Relevance-distance as a model for evaluating the engagement potential for different fields of scientific researchViewrao-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
School-based disaster risk reduction program: A critical analysis on role-playing in evacuation trainingViewanggaryani-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The impact of science communication competitions on the capacities of the next generation of science communicatorsViewramadan-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Toxic zombie death machines: A love storyViewanderson-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Where science meets the headlines – A decade of the New Zealand Science Media CentreViewpriestley-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
STEMpowering: Youth Innovation to the local community and science communicationViewanagnostopolos-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Contextual model of learning in science museums – learning mathematics in Ponto UFMG Itinerant MuseumViewpoenaru-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Mind the Lab: A powerful tool in the field of science communicationViewanagnostopolos-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Synthetic phosphoethanolamine: The “cancer pill” and the role of users on YouTubeViewamorim-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Sophisticated strategies of science presentersViewphillips-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Failure to engage – analysis of climate risks to food and agriculture in the American pressViewpfeiffer-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Zika and microcephaly: From the scientific discovery by Fiocruz to the institution’s FacebookViewamorim-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Synesthesia live painting show – Developing public awareness of synesthesia phenomenonViewpermatasari-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Hearing colors, coloring sounds – Developing awareness of synesthesia phenomenonViewpermatasari-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Children’s University UFMG: A practice for knowledge decolonization?Viewamorim-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Scientist as communicators – A study on the role of researchers in the public space of communicationViewpellegrini-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science and art – Evaluating public perception of the mural “Volcanoes of Chile”Viewotero-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Building bridges to bring science closer to society ’20 years is nothing’Viewalvarez-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science against the wallViewotero-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
What are girls curious about when it comes to nature?Viewotero-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Changing the story: A case study of exaggeration in neuroscience reportingViewabrahams-n2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Evaluation of the effects of an exhibition about childbirth on the visitors’ perception, knowledge and behavior.Viewoliveira-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Jamaica – Assessing Science Communication at the Post-Graduate LevelViewoliphant-z2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science in Jamaica – Setting the baseline for improvement.Viewoliphant-z2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
A sizeable shift – Exploring new boundaries for science journalists and science communicatorsViewohara-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Not my understanding – Survey of Canadian scientists’ views on public engagementViewohara-k2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
An exploration of science communication in the world of decision-makersViewoconnor-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Valuing good engagement process and individual outcomes in decision-maker engagement with scienceViewoconnor-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
At source control of diseases – What is the role of communication?Viewjoseph-o2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The News Evaluator – fostering source criticism through citizen scienceViewnygren-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science writing as designing – An educational experimentViewnuijens-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
What Brazilian young students have to say about synthetic biology?Viewneves-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
PCST training across the world – Conclusions from a curriculum analysisViewgerber-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Platform politics vs. content – How we communicate science on YouTubeViewgeipel-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Online news from the past – ancient Greece on YouTube and the seemingly revival of a holistic academic educationViewgeipel-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Exploring the science-society interface in South AfricaViewgastrow-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Research meets practice – Outcomes of the Bellagio meetingViewgascoigne-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Two cultures – The musicalViewgascoigne-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
A scientific meal in 3 dishesViewgarty-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
S-Factor – creative ways to communicate scienceViewgarty-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Increase science reporting in the media in three easy stepsViewgarty-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The effectiveness of photographs to communicate science in a Chinese national parkViewzhu-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Government credibility in a post-expert – world A case study of GMO communications in ChinaViewzhang-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science Communication in Tertiary Student RecruitmentViewzhang-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Why do female Japanese students not study mathematical and physical sciences?Viewyokoyama-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The Influence of temperature on #ClimateChange and #GlobalWarming discourses on TwitterViewyeo-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Study on enhancing the public confidence in nuclear safety regulations in Korea – The case study of effective communications with the publicViewyeo-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
“China” imagination in science fiction – Take personal handphone system roaming future as an exampleViewyao-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
An analysis of Chinese netizens’ search behavior about demand of science popularizationViewwu-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Insights from a brand new cooperation model – Science edu-communication through frame analysis of the project – Difference Science News in TaiwanViewwu-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
When a risk message fails – telling the story of raw milk in AustraliaViewwilson-p2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The story of our science communication curricula – To be continuedViewwehrmann-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Metaphors for the “žcommons” in the mediaViewweder-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Public problematization of water supply and the risk of scarcityViewweder-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Reflexivity on contradictionsViewweder-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Defining public attitudes and understanding of human gene therapy in AustraliaViewwatson-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Empirical study on the golden ratio in Chinese landscape paintingsViewwang-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Biology in the media – An analysis of a communication magazine in BrazilViewwallner-werneck-mendes-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Age-specific opportunities and challenges found engaging the public in scienceViewwallace-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
If you want to go far, go together – partnerships to create African science centresViewwalker-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Getting all emotional about communicating scienceViewwalker-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating with the public during natural disasters in EuropeViewwahl-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Tweeting uncertainty during Hurricane IrmaViewwahl-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The academic training of science journalist in ChileViewvernal-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Reconceptualizing science literacy – Is it feasible?Viewverbeke-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating ‘astronomy for development’ – Approaches to communicate the relevance of science to societyViewvenugopal-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating ‘science for development’ – Getting scientists, communicators and policy makers on boardViewvenugopal-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Does astronomy really inspire and change perspectives? – A randomized controlled study of an astronomy outreach programViewvenugopal-r2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science communication – The heartbeat of collaboration in science & technology developmentViewvan-der-sanden-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Who are the science communicators? – Profiling backgrounds, practices and aspirations of a professional communityViewvalenca-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating science in stealthViewudalagama-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Taking the science stories to the people – Reaching diverse audiences through venue changesViewturner-skoff-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Translating life science research to stories – Using media channels for broader impact and increased audience reachViewturner-skoff-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Little lessons in science communication – A game of cardsViewtrench-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Big challenges for small countries in science communicationViewtrench-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Communicating contested scienceViewtorok-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Report on mega-drought in Chile (or how to win the hearts and minds of decision makers)Viewtondreau-n2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The email as a stress factor for academicsViewthiele-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Reasons for use and disuse of academic social networking sitesViewthiele-f2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Multimodal metaphors in science communicationViewswierkowski-j2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Visualising Pacific women in ocean science and managementViewstraza-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science communication – How to get from the lab bench to the stock exchangeViewstevenson-v2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Increasing awareness of women’s health services – The continued need for face-to-face communicationViewstanderfer-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Skills and knowledge development of programme presenters who participate in science outreachViewsripaoraya-n2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Effectiveness of NSM Science Caravan as a science outreach for rural communities in ThailandViewsripaoraya-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Analysis of the scientific dissemination project – Children’s University – based on the theoretical-methodological framework of the Theory-Actor Network.Viewsouza-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Looking into the misunderstanding of science on mass mediaViewsong-y2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Perspectives towards a science centre’s redevelopmentViewsolis-d2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Public perceptions of genetic engineering in New ZealandViewsmith-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Systemic support for scientists’ communication and engagementViewsmith-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Lying with numbersViewsmeets-i2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Assessment on the science communication effect of S&T contest – A case study of 31st China Adolescents Science &Technology and Innovation Contest(CASTIC)Viewshi-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Rojak science – A gastronomical path to science communication in SingaporeViewsellou-l2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Cultural pre-conceptions and their Implications on earth science educationViewschneider-s2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
How to innovate in science communication in complex societiesViewschiele-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science/pseudoscience TV series, a comparisonViewschiele-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
“We Know those Code Words” – The Impact of Wording When Talking about SuicideViewscarth-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
The role of citizen science in engaging publics in science and technology – Citizen InquiryViewscanlon-e2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Pulling out prematurely – Donald Trump and the Paris Agreement – a cross-country comparison of climate change narratives in legacy mediaViewsatre-buisson-g2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Turning undergraduates into science storytellers. What are the best practices?Viewsarvary-m2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Visual science literacy – Indicators, data and resultsViewsaracino-b2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Thinking science – Initiatives of public communication for the scientific culture in BrazilViewsantos-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Uses of public communication in the scientific culture of Brazil and Canada – A comparative study between The Federal University of Uberlandia and The University of OttawaViewsantos-a2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Science communication filmmaking and multimedia workshopViewfinkler-w2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Natural and social scientists relate differently with the public and take roles in different kinds of media stories. Evidence from surveys in Brazil and GermanyViewpeters-h2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
PERFORMViewvizzini-c2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand
Short and swift – Equipping policy-makers with regional scienceViewstraza-t2018-pcst-conference-dunedin-new-zealand