PCST 2020+1

PCST 2020+1 virtual conference

The 16th Public Communication of Science and Technology (PCST) Conference was scheduled to be held in Aberdeen, Scotland, UK from 26-28 May 2020. Because of the COVID-19 restrictions, it was postponed to 24-27 May 2021 and held online.

Its original theme was “Time, Technology and Transformation”. “COVID-19 Crisis and Science Communication” was then added, focusing on the media communication of the complexity and uncertainty of the crisis, as well as the role and impact of scientists during it.

A total of 667 delegates from 50 countries and regions attended the conference, with the largest number of delegates from the United Kingdom, Germany, and the United States.

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Comparing Journalistic and Social Media Uptake of Articles Published by The Conversation AfricaViewguenther-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Extra! Extra! UFOs Are Real! From Sensationalist Reporting to Pseudoscience CommunicationViewschiele-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The problem of trust in scicomm: Transforming global science communication with adaptive management of local uncertaintiesViewgubitosa-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Scientist-public interaction: Who’s transforming whom? How many researchers are aware of the transformation process they go through when interacting with the students?Viewgrasso-v2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Between transmitting knowledge and rethinking science in society: Practices and visions emerging from Research Institutes’ online communication. A survey within the Italian National Research Council.Viewgrasso-v2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Empowering local communities through “Talking Science”Viewgorgoni-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Characterizing engagement in an environmental citizen science projectViewgolumbic-y2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science news websites as mediators between scientists and the publicViewginosar-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication research: Results from an empirical field analysisViewgerber-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Public Perception, Myths, and Communication in Turkey During COVID-19 PandemicViewgelmez-burakgazi-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
When exhibits come back to life – How to implement Virtual and Augmented Reality in MuseumsViewgeipel-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Three principles from the book Communicating Science. A Global PerspectiveViewgascoigne-t2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Engaging the Public through Open Science – Putting theory into practiceViewgarrison-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Demonstrating That “We Walk Among You”: Improving Representation and Perceptions of Scientists in the Public ConscienceViewgardner-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Chain reactions for science communicationViewgarcia-guerrero-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science recreation workshops: Establishing communities and developing networksViewgarcia-guerrero-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science for EveryoneViewgale-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Activists as “alternative” science communicatorsViewfahnrich-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Communication and Political Divides in the U.S.Viewfunk-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The raise and the fall of a rockstar epidemiologist in MexicoViewfrias-villegas-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How does communication drive innovation?Viewantonio-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Know Your Audience? A Look into What Romanian Researchers Think About the Public with Which They (Don’t) EngageViewanghelescu-tiganas-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A Model to Communicate Science from Institutes of Scientific ResearchViewfrias-villegas-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Vaccine Hesitancy Communication during a Global Pandemic: A Case Study of Vaccination Hesitant Facebook Pages during the 2020 COVID-19 PandemicViewfowler-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Catch 22 – improving visibility of women in science and engineering for both recruitment and retentionViewfogg-rogers-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Act Now: Is the time for science communication about climate change over, or just beginning?Viewfogg-rogers-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Diagnosis: Kidnapped! Escape gameViewfloyd-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicating scientific uncertainty during COVID-19 Investigating the use of preprint research by digital media outletsViewfleerackers-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Over 20 PubhD Coimbra: When science communication renew city traditionsViewferreira-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Audiovisual tools in science communication Mapping video abstracts published in scientific Journals of EcologyViewferreira-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Multiplicity, visibility and readability: The communication of art, science and technology confluenceViewferracioli-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How to move masses? Engaging 15% of a population in a biobank with limited time and resourcesViewallik-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The role of online video-sharing and online video-sharing platforms for science and technology communicationViewallgaier-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication about the centenary of solar eclipse in Sobral, BrazilViewferracioli-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
#ClimateStrike: Motivations, behaviours and media habits of environmental activist youthViewfeldman-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Success criteria of networks in science communicationViewfarrugia-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication policies for societal changeViewfarrugia-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The Journalist as Philosopher of Technology: Nicholas Carr as Case StudyViewfahy-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Navigating Negotiations in Starting Up and Supporting Living LabsViewesrail-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Scientific research in the contex of epistemology – Searching new practices for scientific research and public communication of science in PeruViewespinoza-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicate the science behind environmental issues. Identifying key messages (and other clues) from scientific papersViewequihua-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Nothing in biology (communication) makes sense except in the light of evaluation – The evolution of the Darwin DayViewenzigmuller-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
When Scicom meets Devcom Communicating science using the Devcom lens and what we can learn from itViewmontemayor-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Exploring Science where it is made An open air and digital museum in a Brazilian universityViewminto-fabricio-t2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Public communication of research institutes compared across countriesViewentradas-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Soap Bubbles and Vanitas: Mathematicians at the Time of VirusViewemmer-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Understanding Brazilian Scientists’ motivation towards Public Communication of ScienceViewminto-fabricio-t2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Community Learning and Development. What’s STEM got to do with it?Viewminas-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A global perspective on the role of funding agencies in public engagement with scienceViewellis-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Mauna Kea, Imiloa and a place for safe disagreementViewmiller-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
CERN Open Days: Going beyond head-countingViewdvorzhitskaia-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
“The Public Understanding of Science” – a generation onViewmiller-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science, Magic, and Mystery of TimeViewduran-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A new nexus model for science communicationViewmetcalfe-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication in nonscience events. New opportunities found in Magic Fairs, City Visits, and Flower FestivalsViewduran-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Participatory science communication’s power to create societal changeViewmetcalfe-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Mentors, Mentees, and Public EngagementViewduca-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Participatory science communication changing publicsViewmetcalfe-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Between science engagement and co-construction: The pros and cons of a natural marriage.Viewmerzagora-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicating science in the courtroomViewdoran-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A balancing act: Transforming science communication through research-practitioner partnerships.Viewmenzies-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Transforming healthcare now – one doodle at a time.Viewdoebl-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Presenting the Global Plant Council. Bringing plant science closer to society by helping plant scientists increase the impact of their researchViewmendoza-poudereux-i2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Why don’t you (g)doodle it?: Making health services research more accessible and engaging.Viewdoebl-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Current transformations in the science-society relationship: Learnings from practicesViewdijkstra-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science stars on Twitter: Impact of the public discourseViewdenia-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How does the public build their opinions and beliefs related to scientific issues?Viewmendoza-poudereux-i2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Exploring trends and themes of science communication using probabilistic topic modelling: Four decades of Science CommunicationViewmendiola-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The revision of the International System of Units and the challenge to communicate it: The Brazilian caseViewde-oliveira-coelho-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Quantum Empowerment: How can we organise evidence-based science communication for a dialogue on quantum science and technology?Viewmeinsma-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Traditional communities’ knowledge and formal scientific knowledge: How activists use modern science to empower environmental speechViewde-oliveira-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Activism in Latin America: The role of science communication and NGOs in socio-environmental conflictsViewde-oliveira-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Populism towards science: What it is and how it can be measuredViewmede-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Professionalising Sci Comm ProfessionalsViewmclister-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Communication and Socio-Environmental ConflictsViewde-oliveira-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Matemorfosis: Communicating Mathematics in Guanajuato, MexicoViewde-graaf-nunez-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Visible or vulnerable?: An exploration of the impacts of – and on – role modelsViewmckinnon-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
In the spirit of Mr Wizard: Tracing the evolution of celebrity science through time and technologyViewmcintosh-white-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Assessment of management effectiveness of Hundred Islands National Park in Alaminos City Pangasinan, PhilippinesViewapolinario-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A science-shop experience for the co-creation of scientific knowledgeViewde-filippo-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Combining poetry and science to walk through geological timeViewmcauliffe-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Engaging with media; A Kenyan perspectiveViewmauncho-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Making PCST conferences as inclusive and diverse as possibleViewde-bakker-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
South African factors that shape transformation of science-society relations: A case study on how to democratise and transform science communication through the use of diverse indigenous languages in the media.Viewmatiwana-z2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Transformation of the Media Landscape: Infotainment versus Expository Narrations for Communicating Science in Online VideosViewdavis-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Engagement with science and art as a means of social inclusionViewmatias-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Escaping the choir – STEM escape rooms as a tool for broader engagement.Viewmathieson-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
No trust, no interest: Mexican farmers’ perceptions of Covid-19 and Scientists’ role in societyViewmateos-espejel-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Transforming Science Communication: New models enacted by Science Ceilidh on the Isle of LewisViewmason-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Narrative analysis about facemask wearing at the COVID-19 time: Perceptions of a basic tool with significant socio-cultural implicationsViewmartinelli-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Personal and social implications of genomic knowledgeViewmartinelli-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Theme parks as science communication spaces: The EPCOT caseViewmartin-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Social labs as transformative approach to implement Responsible Research and InnovationViewmarschalek-i2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Time inside the Dome: How astronomical time is depicted and communicated in planetarium sessionsViewmarques-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Foot and mouth disease ready?: How relationships between Australian livestock producers and other animal health stakeholders are being transformed to improve disease preparednessViewmanyweathers-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The light at night: Our convenience, birds’ perilViewmalik-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Public communication and social appropriation of science in MexicoViewmagana-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Ouroboros: Science, art and inclusionViewlupetti-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science versus alternative “facts”: Rolling the GMO debateViewlukanda-i2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Cambridge Shorts: Turning excellent research into engaging filmsViewloth-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Cambridge VERY shortViewloth-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Youth in museum-led Citizen Science – participation in scientific research, science education or public engagement?Viewlorke-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Lab Enigmas: Immersive games to communicate scienceViewlopez-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Co-creation of Stories in Sound – Aotearoa New ZealandViewlongnecker-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Aotearoa New Zealand – Moving to participatory science and bicultural knowledge communicationViewlongnecker-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Speaking science in 90 secondsViewlobo-antunes-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science news – Using an eye-tracker to assess the relevance of information sourcesViewamorim-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Public communication of science – not a priority of university PR in TaiwanViewlo-y2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Scientists’ opinions and attitudes towards citizens’ understanding of science and their role in public engagement activitiesViewllorente-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Review of 70 Years Development of Science Communication in China: From the Perspective of Policy and GovernanceViewliu-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Empirical Analysis of the Leading Scientists in China Conducting Science CommunicationViewliu-y2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Is it time to escape?: Examining “Escape Rooms’ as science communication interventionsViewlittle-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science, theatre and diversity – The performing arts as a strategy for female empowermentViewalmeida-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Media Representations towards Nanotechnology in Taiwan-Agenda setting and framingViewlin-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Fridays for “Farm”: Campus farming and the transformation of community agri-food conceptionsViewlin-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Busking as a tool to transform public spacesViewlim-z2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Tracing the emergence and the development of Science Communication in a small island nationViewlieu-z2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Cancer Misconceptions among Singapore StudentsViewlieu-z2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Constructing an Integrated Evaluation Index System for Science Centers in ChinaViewli-x2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicating Quantum Mechanics to the Chinese Public: “A Guide to Roaming the Quantum World” Exhibition as a Case StudyViewli-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The role of Greta Thunberg’s discourse in the global conversation about climate change on TwitterViewleon-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
What about Responsible Scaling?: Moving Science Communication beyond Responsible Research and InnovationViewleeuwis-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
What do evaluation practices reveal about the evolving career and working life of the public engagement professional?: An exploration of government-funded research centres in Ireland.Viewleatham-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science capital and the justice systemViewlaisney-o2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How citizens make sense of Covid-19 and the practice of communicating scienceViewkupper-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Enabling decision-relevant debates about human genome editingViewkrause-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Interactive Youth Science Workshops benefit student participants and graduate student mentorsViewkompella-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Exploring the intersections: Researchers and communication professionals’ perspectives on the organizational role of science communicationViewkoivumaki-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Idea(l)s and gaps of researchers’ and in-house communication professionals’ science communication collaborationViewkoivumaki-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How to Deal with Growing PETs?: Co-Creating Guidelines for European Public Engagement TrainingsViewklinkert-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Co-Creating a New European Science Engagement PlatformViewklinkert-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Inspire, Engage, Involve: Welcome to the New European Science Engagement PlatformViewklinkert-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Piloting the use of virtual reality video of research laboratories as a public engagement tool in secondary school students in Kilifi, Coastal KenyaViewkiyuk-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Space researchers as comic heroesViewkastrup-u2021-pcst-conference-virtual
‘Visible’ but not yet ‘Celebrities’ The case of Indian Scientists during COVID19Viewkankaria-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
RAS200 – astronomy and geophysics reach out to new communitiesViewkanani-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Co-Design as a Paradigm Shift in Science Communication related to complex problemsViewkalmar-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How to bring Immunology to schools – a best practice report for a school labViewjurack-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Why as nuclear power experienced lower public resistance in China? – Examining anti-nuclear activism and knowledge-control regimeViewjia-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Examining Chinese scientists’ media behaviours: Institutional support and media experience predict involvementViewjia-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Marketing as a useful tool in public communication of science and technologyViewjasinski-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Co-creation with stakeholders in the development of nanotechnologiesViewjansma-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Magic with Maths: Closing the distance between students and MathematicsViewislas-cruz-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Five studies, five ways: Transforming youth engagement through co-created infographics, factsheets, comics, videos and songsViewinglis-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
YouTube influencers against climate change: How civil society and new forms of science communication are challenging the German governmentViewallgaier-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Applying the Structure of Magic to Science CommunicationViewilic-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Masculine public image of science in Japan What keywords do public associate?Viewikkatai-y2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science, YES we can!Viewhvass-faivre-darcier-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Stellar Entangelment – VR VideoViewswierkowski-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Art & Science of the Invisible: Translating through metaphorsViewswierkowski-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Electric dreams: Putting past science communication approaches to work in the presentViewsumner-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Cell Block ScienceViewstewart-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Saving the world, one scicomm text at a time: Liberal education and the art of science communicationViewsterk-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Moving through timeViewstenlund-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Gene drive technology in the UK, US and Australian press: Exploring tensions between responsible research and responsible science communicationViewstelmach-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Who are “we”?: Negotiating public health authority and citizen responsibility in British Columbia’s COVID-19 communicationViewspoel-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Engagement interdisciplinary approaches in STEAM: Learning Science Through TheaterViewsotiriou-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Video-News and climate change communication: New formats, frames and images in a changing social media platform landscapeViewsolis-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Overcoming misinformation about science in the mediaViewsmeets-i2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Journeys of Engagement: When do scientists take ownership of public engagement?Viewskeldon-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Technology, lifestyle diseases and economic burdenViewsingh-v2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Is Science “Awesome”?: Reframing the Use of Awe in Science CommunicationViewluna-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Shortcomings in public health authorities’ videos on COVID-19 When lack of creativity kills the messageViewshortt-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Experts’ bounded engagement with publics: An Interview-Based Study of Online Nutrition and Vaccination OutreachViewsharon-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How Negative Emissions is Framed on Twitter: A Novel Application of Structural Topic ModellingViewshang-y2021-pcst-conference-virtual
CRISPRcas9: Ontology of the Gene and the Politics of Science-Society ConversationsViewshah-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Experiencing Physics DemonstrationsViewseese-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Becoming artists to meet scienceViewscianitti-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Selfobservation and -reflection in Science CommunicationViewschumann-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
New approaches and formats for environmental reporting by a federal agencyViewschulz-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The intrinsinc polysemy of the field of PCSTViewschiele-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Pseudoscience communication in mass media: Science communication emulation or mass media paradigm?Viewschiele-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
I Am Ocean: Redefining Narrative Ownership in Science CommunicationViewsavoie-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Time Travel – between Scientific Fact and Science Fiction. Accounts from a Popular Science PerspectiveViewsava-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Active learning in the science communication classroomViewsarvary-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A Foundation, not an afterthought: Diversifying training models to transform science communication education worldwideViewsarvary-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Transforming science communication at Informal Learning Institutions: Using collections and evaluation to tell the story of science and expertiseViewsargent-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Transforming tradition: Evaluating the iconic Christmas Lectures seriesViewsardo-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
(Re)Turn to trusted experts and traditional media? Communication behaviour and science attitudes during the pandemic in Germany, Italy and SwedenViewsaracino-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Portuguese students’ perceptions of science: and scientists A case study in a Ciência Viva schoolViewsantos-carvalho-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The landscape of European science communication: A field in transformation?Viewdavies-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication for social change: What does STS have to offer?Viewdavies-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science in Brazilian and Canadian Pubs Public Communication of Science Initiatives at Pint of Science in Brazil (Uberlandia) and Canada (Ottawa).Viewsantos-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Exploring reflexivity: Building bridges between theory and practice in science communicationViewsalmon-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The Astronomical guide of Palermo An example of Astrotourism at the INAF – Palermo ObservatoryViewdaricello-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Global Warming in Local Discourses: How Communities around the World Make Sense of Climate ChangeViewrodder-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Virtual Reality for increasing the awareness of current scientific researchViewdaricello-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
“Doing it to tick a box is an insult to everybody”: Reflecting on participatory practices across Europe in Fisheries ScienceViewrodder-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A comparative study on Science Festivals between the United Kingdom and EgyptViewdaoud-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Evidence for gendered engagement with posts authored by women scientists in social mediaViewrozenblum-y2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Communication in Egypt: Challenges and OpportunitiesViewdaoud-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Integrating new technology and local practice in designing a communication toolViewrottink-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Structures of engagement: How institutional structures at U.S. land-grant universities impact science faculty public engagementViewrose-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science camps overlooked: A 50-year old science communication practiceViewdalgleish-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Integrated STEAM approaches for communicating science in informal learning environmentsViewroche-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
“The science is not settled”: An analysis of pro- and anti-vaccine rhetoric on two South African Facebook pagesViewconnoway-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Frame Up: Analyzing Media Frames of News Placements on Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research Projects in the PhilippinesViewroblas-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Managing the first wave of Covid-19 pandemic in Greece: Communication, Epistemic Uncertainty and Expertise.Viewchordaki-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Can Novelty be Responsible?: A Conversation on Science Communication and RRIViewroberson-t2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication Herstories: Diversity and inclusiveness. Some reflections on the Greek case between 1970s-1980s.Viewchordaki-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A Walk Through Time: South African Science Lens CompetitionViewriley-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science never speaks for itself: Transforming perspectives on the communication of science, belief and societyViewriley-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Encountering Artificial Intelligence technology at a Korean science museumViewcho-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How images can hinder or boost the dissemination of your research.Viewrigutto-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The Challenge of Science Communication in Thailand: Past, present and futureViewchinnalong-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Revisiting MythBusters: Television, Time, and the Ongoing Story of ScienceViewriggs-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication and science communication research: A dialog in processViewchavez-arrendondo-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How an Online Parenting Website Will Help Us Fix the Fake News CrisisViewridgway-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Thinking Long-Term About Public ControversiesViewcassidy-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The Who, What, Why of Science Communication Education in the UK and How it impacts Science CommunicationViewridgeway-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicating Science in the Making: Science and Society in the Time of PandemicsViewcarrillo-trueba-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Miles away and we still have a lot in common The origins of modern science communication in Ibero-AmericaViewrevuelta-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Engagement Through VideosViewcardoso-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
What analyzing fact checks can teach us about science communicationViewreijnierse-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Connecting science to people: The role of National Research and Education Networks (NREN) in science communicationViewcardenas-hernandez-o2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The humanistic story of COVID-19 Communicating the complexity and science of COVID-19: and global health surveillance through innovative digital, new media approachesViewrauch-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Its my time, its my clock!Viewrani-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Tilling an artistic way to undertands the hyperbolic honeycombsViewcandas-vega-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Communication Lab – Transforming practice through an exercise of collective intelligenceViewramirez-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The cancer pill controversy on Facebook: The clash between scientific authority and patient experienceViewramalho-e-silva-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The Impact of Science Communication Competitions on the Capacities of the Next Generation of Science CommunicatorsViewramadan-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicating (African) biodiversity through capulanasViewcampos-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Experience gravity with a rubber sheet: A DIY low-cost educational kitViewpostiglione-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Let’s talk about climate change… but when do we start?Viewcampos-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
(Re)Thinking cities through the eyes of young childrenViewcampos-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Actions and associations Understanding scientists’ perceptions of public engagement through analyses of open-ended survey responsesViewcalice-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Actions and associations: Understanding scientists’ perceptions of public engagement through analyses of open-ended survey responsesViewbudano-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Cardinal virtues and capital vices in science communicationViewbucchi-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication studies: Where are we now?Viewbucchi-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
What news from the sea?: Assessing the presence of marine issues in the Portuguese quality press over timeViewpinto-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Assessing the landscape for Public Communication of Science curriculum among Canadian undergraduate programs in the natural sciences.Viewbrown-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
An explosive impact: How do science shows influence teenage audiences?Viewphillips-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The Pleasure of PursuitViewbrown-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science in silence: Breaking language and cultural barriers using science theatreViewphillips-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Guides at the Horizon: Art+Science Learning SpacesViewbrown-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Threat without efficacy?: Transforming coverage to engage the public during vector-borne disease emergenceViewpfeiffer-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Terra incognita – shedding light on the public’s views of humanities researchViewbrouneus-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Beyond the deficit model: Non-paternalistic knowledge communication as responsible concept of mainstream PCSTViewpeters-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Stuck without the middle – how facilitators can help researchers do better citizen scienceViewbrouneus-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Crossing the Boundaries and Re-Inventing Science Communication: The “Prisma Magazine” case studyViewpetakos-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Rapid reaction: Science Media Center Germany and its response to the COVID-19 outbreakViewbroer-i2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Data Scraping to the rescue: Settling Brazilian public communication of science’s debate?Viewpereira-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication in an interdisciplinary research project: The interplay between scientists, art historians, conservators and the general publicViewbossema-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Who is inspiring me?: Scientists telling science storiesViewpellegrini-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Open Sesame! What do researchers think of Open Science?Viewbohlin-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Public Communication of Science: Trust and credibility in the eyes of the publicViewpellegrini-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
“I want to, but there is no time!” – a Swedish survey on researchers’ views on communicationViewbohlin-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
From communication of historical knowledge to time travelsViewpatiniotis-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicating the dangers of pseudoscience: A global challengeViewpasternak-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Gene drive, public engagement and communication: Hype and lobbyingViewboete-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Developing a Methodological Tool to Analyze and Evaluate the Design of Science Festival Activities: Theoretical considerations and practical implicationsViewpappa-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
From the Magic of Science to the Science of Magic. Past, present and (blended) future.Viewblasco-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
“Trust this expert, beause he is an university professor”: A Content Analysis of the mediation of epistemic trustworthiness in German online reporting on Covid-19Viewpansegrau-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The story of SKA in the media: Science Communication and Engagement in a multinational project.Viewbinneman-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Using (and abusing) historical time in science communicationViewpalfreyman-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
SKA South Africa: Moving from stakeholder management to stakeholder engagement – a case studyViewbinneman-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Experts and citizens answer: What science does the ordinary citizen need?Viewpadilla-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science institutions’ distribution and their role in science communication accessViewbezzon-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Museum for change: Local paleontologists impact their communityViewoviedo-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Enhancing public understanding of paleontologyViewoviedo-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Stakeholders’ perceptions about the quality of science communicationViewolesk-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Quantitative approaches to complement understanding in science communication activitiesViewbezzon-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Promoting and Transforming Communication about Science between Preschool Children and Their Guardians at the MuseumViewogawa-y2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Communication & Television: Emerging opportunites for widening participation in research to realise research for allViewhurst-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
What can science communicators learn from national public opinion surveysViewbesley-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Two streams, one bridge: A cultural excursion into SciArt landViewohara-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Towards a more inclusive science communication in museums: A case study of Brazilians with visual disabilitiesViewnorberto-rocha-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Preaching to the choir?: Science communication and the audiences not reachedViewhumm-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Research, #Huh?: Improving Clinical Research AwarenessViewberry-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Time and transformations in practices and cultures of science communicationViewnielsen-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
U.S. scientists views of gene editing: Measuring short-term impact of the documentary film, Human NatureViewhowell-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Communication and Criminal JusticeViewnic-daeid-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Collaboration vs competition: Improving public engagement with research through the ScotPEN Wellcome Engagement AwardViewhothersall-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Health authorities’ health risk communication with the public during pandemics: A rapid scoping reviewViewberg-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Unpacking theViewnewman-t2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Landscaping Overview of North American Science Communication Fellowship ProgramsViewbennett-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Sustainability on Display: The opportunity to transform our visions about nature through science exhibitionsViewnepote-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Communication for Just Transition – Strategies and Challenges of Petrochemical Fenceline Communities in Kaohsiung, TaiwanViewhong-w2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A Question of the FutureViewbeck-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicating science in developing contexts: The Philippine perspectiveViewnavarro-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Transforming astrobiology research and innovation: Embedding an ethos of engaged researchViewholliman-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Transforming relations between science communication practice and researchViewnamayi-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Who should have a say?: Public perspectives of regulation and policy development surrounding human genome editingViewholesovsky-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The Story of John Edmonstone, Darwin’s TeacherViewmurphy-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicating vaccinations, cancer screening and reproductive rights: A snapshot in time during rapid political change in IrelandViewmurphy-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Twenty years of research in science communication Challenges and transformationsViewherrera-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Attitudes to Science in 144 countries – re-examining the Wellcome Global Monitor of 2018Viewbauer-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Magnet Theatre for Health Research Experiences of using drama for stimulating dialogue amongst Kenyan publicViewmumba-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
What Makes People Attend to and Trust Science and Scientific Experts in Online Contexts?Viewhendriks-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The Nano Lens – Art, Science, NatureViewmotion-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Communicating their own research: What do we need to know about the role of scientists and researchers in science communication?Viewhendriks-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Fun with Electromagnetism and Art: The role of a museum exhibition in the formation of educators for scientific communicationViewbarros-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How do the EU and US communicate about policy issues that rely on science?Viewhayslett-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Training Future Scientists: The Role of Analogies in Science CommunicationViewhayslett-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Breaking Good – open source drug discovery and science communicationViewmotion-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Citizens on the driving seat of solar energy researchViewbarbosa-gomez-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
“Photograph 51”: Science Communication in Contemporary TheaterViewmorfakis-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Reflections on 20 years of training in Science Journalism in BrazilViewbarata-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Transforming the Way We Talk about (and Do!) Mathematical Science CommunicationViewhartkopf-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Which has more influence on the Spaniard’s citizens dieting: The media’s information and social networks, health professionals or close experiences of relatives and friends?Viewmoreno-castro-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Acts of expression and Expressive Objects: Practicing Science as ExperienceViewhalpern-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Connecting science communication with evaluation Representations and practices ranging from lay public to science centersViewmorais-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Art as Science CommunicationViewhalpern-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Public understanding of the mathematical aspects of the COVID-19 pandemicViewbaram-tsabari-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Sports fans’ science knowledge is relevant to their stance on COVID-19 guidelines, but only if they don’t care who winsViewbaram-tsabari-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Understanding willingness to engage in “democratic outreach” among science faculty at U.S. land-grant universitiesViewbao-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Using narratives and storytelling based on famous and historical characters to engage the public with scienceViewbanister-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A year in the life of a public partnership – working together to improve public communication of our researchViewbanister-k2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Time for a new audience: Boorna Waanginy, Case Study of an Art/Science/Culture phenomenonViewbamford-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Taking ‘a load off our minds’ through ‘airing our dirty laundry’: An installation for participation and dialogueViewbailey-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Practices of Public Science and Technology Communication in Colombia and Spain. Study from the science centers Parque Explora (Medellín) and Cosmo Caixa (Barcelona).Viewayure-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
10 years of math hands-on activities in MexicoViewzubieta-p2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Ensuring trust in science – Why perceived motives and the motivation of researchers are important in science communication?Viewziegler-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Joining forces for more impact – Bridging the gap between science communication practice and researchViewziegler-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Exploration of the Danish Consensus Conference On Genetic TherapyViewzhou-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
A study on the popular science mass media of China in comparative perspectiveViewzhao-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How to foster scientific culture in the public: The role of academic journalsViewzhao-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Second star to the right: A cultural project connecting art, tourism, history and astronomyViewzanazzi-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Engaging deaf and hearing people to design docu-drama on genetics research: Preliminary perspectivesViewappiah-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Promoting the spirit of science through the history of science: Taking the “Shape of the Earth” exhibition of the Beijing Science Center as an exampleViewyuan-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
The effect of gender equality on the masculine image of physics and math in Japan and in the UKViewyokoyama-h2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Citizen Scientists in Chinese Knowledge-Sharing Networks: Reconstruction of Discourse Authority of ScientistsViewyang-z2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science-edu-communication: Trends reveal in 20 years of science communication researchViewwu-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Re-envisaging the visual communication of scienceViewwood-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Transforming cultures: What can science communicators take from gender equality schemes such as Athena SWAN?Viewwilkinson-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
More than a play: Exploring engagements with science theatreViewweitkamp-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Sustainability as Cognitive Friction: A narrative approach to understand moral dissonance of sustainability and harmonization strategiesViewweder-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
From Food to Politics: Representations of genetically modified organisms in cartoons on the Internet in ChinaViewwang-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Make it relevant? Engage emotionally?: Motivating publics in a science communication experienceViewwalker-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Growing science communication in developing regionsViewwalker-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Trust in science and expertise during the COVID-19 crisis in FinlandViewvaliverronen-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science and expertise under fire: The emerging threat of censorshipViewvaliverronen-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
University engagement in the Covid-19 Pandemic: The experience of the Communication Office for Outreach and Culture of the University of Campinas in BrazilViewvillen-g2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Training for the future: Teaching science communication and new mediaViewvilkins-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Public perception of climate risks: Following Web communication trails during urban floodsViewvicari-r2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Let’s rethink the tools for Scicomm evaluationViewvengut-climent-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Knowing what you don’t know: Does explaining a science article affect Individuals’ assessment of their own and scientists’ knowledge?Viewvaupotic-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Grab a drink and talk science: How scientists adapt their talks for an informal science communication eventViewvaupotic-n2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Participatory Co-Design of Science Communication Strategies for Public Engagement in the US and Ecuador around Health Behavior ChangeViewvasquez-guevara-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Discussable complexity in science communication through form languageViewvan-der-sanden-m2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Educating science communicators in / after the COVID eraViewvan-dam-f2021-pcst-conference-virtual
How to bring 60 nerds together on a stage?Viewuslu-v2021-pcst-conference-virtual
“We don’t know yet, but that’s quite usual!” A Qualitative Content Analysis of the Representation of Scientific Uncertainty in German Online Reporting on Covid-19Viewtonsfeuerborn-t2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Branching out: Reaching younger audiences and telling the story of plant STEM Careers through technologyViewturner-skoff-j2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science communication practice as a catalyst for science and humanitiesViewtsuboi-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Personalities, publics and places in 19th century science popularisationViewtrench-b2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Science Communications Training: Insights and Review from a Practitioner’s University-wide ProgramViewtopousis-d2021-pcst-conference-virtual
But does it work? Evaluation, effectiveness and the history of health communicationViewtoon-e2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Demand for Trustworthiness Information from Science CommunicatorsViewtiffany-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Brave Zoom World: Exploring engaged research in a strange, new, physically distanced worldViewthomas-v2021-pcst-conference-virtual
It’s about “making” – Civic hackathons as technoscientific public communication/engagement modeViewthiem-c2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Public engagement with Science among Religious Minorities: Lessons from COVID-19Viewtaragin-zeller-l2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Sickle cell disease – the patient’s perspectiveViewuyoga-s2021-pcst-conference-virtual
Building a public controversy – Advocacy, media and politics in UK debates over bovine TB since 1971Viewcassidy-a2021-pcst-conference-virtual