Ecsite Annual Conference 2012: Space and Time, Unlimited
Cité de l'Espace - Toulouse (France), 31 May to 2 June 2012
Science in Society - Towards an European Model for responsible Research and Innovation
Odense (Denmark), 23-25 April 2012
PCST 2012 : Quality, Honesty and Beauty in Science Communication
Florence (Italy), 18-20 April 2012
Two faces of Science Communication: peers and lay audiences
Oeiras (Portugal), 19-23 March 2012
6th Science Centre World Congress
Cape Town (South Africa), 4-8 September 2011
British Science Festival
Bradford, UK, 10-15 September 2011
Comunicación pública de la ciencia
Córdoba (Argentina), 14, 15 y 16 de septiembre 2011
1stPLACES ConferenceThe British Science Festival is one of Europe's largest science festivals, each year travelling to a different UK location, and bringing you the latest in science, technology and engineering. The theme for the 2011 Festival is "Exploring new worlds."
Paris (France), 22-23 September 2011
Three sessions will be built around three speakers each (approx 20 min each) with a moderated discussion animated by famed BBC science journalist Quentin Cooper.
Please register by sending an email to Antonio Gomes da Costa, PLACES Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe event will bring together over 5,000 scientists, business leaders,
government officials, policy-makers and international scientific media representatives to discuss the best of European science and to address all of the current major global scientific challenges, including Energy, Climate Change, Food and Health.
XVIII Congreso Nacional de Divulgación de la Ciencia y la Técnica y II Congreso Estatal de Difusión y Divulgación de la Ciencia y la Tecnología
Michoacán (México), 3 a 7 de octubre 2011
Dunedin, New Zealand - University of Otago's Centre for Science Communication, 15-19 November 2011
ScienceTeller is a celebration of Storytelling and Science dedicated to documentary filmmaking, writing and other creative media. It is a competition-based festival where the viewing audience gets to see the winning entries for the various categories as well as selected others. The festival program combines extensive public screenings and workshops with stimulating talks by guest speakers.
Les cultures de sciences en Europe
Strasbourg, 13, 14, 15 octobre 2011
1st European Gender Summit - Scientific Quality through Equality
Brussels, Belgium, 8-9 November, 2011
Madame Curie, an opera about Marie Curie composed by Elżbieta Sikora
Paris, France, 15 November 2011
Visualizing Science and Environment
University of Brighton, UK, 17-18 November 2011
La comunicación pública de la ciencia: espacios de interacción, desarrollos y desafíos comunicativos
El Ministerio de Ciencia y Tecnología de la Provincia de Córdoba (Argentina), la Escuela de Ciencias de la Información y la Facultad de Matemática, Astronomía y Física de la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba se proponen convocar a los diversos actores de Argentina, Iberoamérica y Europa cuyos intereses se vinculen con la Comunicación Pública de la Ciencia: docentes-investigadores de los diversos centros, universidades y carreras, periodistas, realizadores, productores, agentes sociales, educadores, organizadores de museos, egresados y alumnos de cursos avanzados interesados por la temática.
Córdoba (Argentina), 22, 23 y 24 de junio de 2011
Health in the Headlines a European Conference on Health Journalism
Coventry University, 23-24 June 2011
7th World Conference of Science Journalists
Doha (Qatar), 27-29 June 2011
Les sciences dans la culture: un tournant?
Strasbourg, 29 Juin - 1 Juillet 2011
La vulgarisation scientifique : quel(s) effet(s) pour le chercheur?
Dijon, 12 et 13 Mai 2011
Communicating Science: Plaesures and Pitfalls of Historical Narrative
Barcelona, December 2010 - May 2011
2011 Science Communication Conference
The annual British Science Association two-day Science Communication Conference addresses the key issues facing science communicators in the UK and brings together people involved in public engagement
London, 25 & 26 May 2011
Ecsite Annual Conference 2011
Warsaw (Poland), 26-28 May 2011
Health Journalism 2011
This conference is focused on aspects of covering health, medical research, public health, policy issues, consumer health and the business of health care.
Philadelphia (USA), 14-17 April 2011
1th PCST Conference in India
New Delhi (India), December 6-10, 2010
The College of Communication and Public Relations at the State University of Political and Administrative Studies and the Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Funding is organizing the first conference on science communication in Romania: 'Science of Communication for the Communication of Science (SC4CS)' under the aegis of the Romanian Academy and the National Authority for Scientific Research.
Romanian Academy Library, Bucharest, Romania, 6 & 7 December 2010
Science from the Lab to the Public
Closing conference of the e-KnowNet project
Organized by: CeDiS - Competence Center E-Learning/Multimedia, Freie Universität Berlin
Online Educa Berlin 2010 - December 1st 2010
SciCom10 - Qualified information or fond media spectacle?
Risk communication in the tension area of interests
Vienna University of Technology, 10th to 12th November2010
The Science in Society Conference 2010
Carlos III University (Madrid-Spain), 11 to 13 November 2010
Recognition of Science and Technology Parks in Europe
Brussels, 17th to 19th November
Science and Technology Summit
The Hague, 18 and 19 November 2010
ASTC 2010 Annual Conference and Exhibit Hall
The ASTC Annual Conference and Exhibit Hall provide science center professionals from across the globe with an intimate forum to exchange ideas and discuss the field's leading issues. With over 100 conference sessions, participants are challenged to explore ways of making science centers more essential to their communities
Bishop Museum Honolulu, Hawaii 2-5 October 2010
Transcultural Communication - Intercultural Comparisons
ECREA's 3rd EUROPEAN COMMUNICATION CONFERENCE
Hamburg (Germany), 12-15 October 2010
Foro-Taller Apropiación social de la Ciencia, la Tecnología y la Innovación
Medillín (Colombia), 19-22 Octubre 2010
Fête de la Science
France, 21 au 24 Octobre 2010
TeleNatura 2010 IX Festival Internacional de Televisión para la Conservación y Divulgación de la Naturaleza
Pamplona (España), 26 a 29 de Octubre 2010
The public understanding of science in Africa
The workshop is organised by the Centre of African Studies, University of Cambridge, together with the British Institute of East Africa, located in the city of Nairobi, and The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Anthropologies of African Biosciences Group.
British Institute of East Africa, Nairobi, Kenya, 22-24 September 2010
Musées et coopération, enjeux et perspectives
OCIM - Palais de la Porte Dorée, Paris, 21 et 22 septembre 2010
15th biannual conference of the European Association of Museums for the History of Medical Sciences
Copenhagen (Denmark), 16-19 September 2010
Euroscience Open Forum ESOF2010
Torino (Italy), 2-7 July 2010
Climate Change and the Media
Bonn (Germany), 21-23 June 2010
Risky entanglements? Contemporary research cultures imagined and practised
Albert Schweitzer Haus, Vienna (Austria), 9-11 June 2010
Ecsite Annual Conference 2010
Dortmund (Germany), 3-5 June 2010
Science Communication Conference
The British Science Association is working in partnership with the Wellcome Trust to organise the 2010 Science Communication Conference. The Conference addresses the key issues facing science communicators in the UK and each year brings together people who are involved in public engagement. It is a fantastic opportunity to network, share ideas and good practice. The theme for the Conference will be 'Audiences for engagement' and can involve experts from other disciplines who have engaged successfully with certain audiences, not necessarily about science. Please note that the deadline for submissions is Monday 21 December 2009
Kings Place, London, 24 & 25 May 2010
II International School for Science Journalism & Communication
Erice, Sicily, 9 -13 May 2010
Media for Science Forum
Organised by The Spanish Foundation for Science and Techonology (FECYT), Media For Science Forum 2010 is a science journalism European congress that will deal with strategic issues about science communication and science journalism and its social dimension. Science journalism plays a vital role in informing and educating audiences about the scientific advances and their social applications, yet it faces unprecedented challenges and opportunities offered by the emerging digital technologies.
Casa Encendida, Madrid, 12th - 13th May, 2010
Canadian Association of Science Centres Annual Conference
Science is definitely a field where daring can be given free reign. Many crazy and revolutionary ideas have crystallized into real projects thanks to bold creators who believed in their ideas. Science museums and similar organisations can also take pride in taking a bold approach in their operations, programming and even funding. Come exercise your creativity and see what your peers are doing. The CASC annual conference includes a pre-conference behind-the scenes tour, an inspiring keynote speaker, two days of concurrent sessions and workshops, plus a tradeshow and our National Awards Gala. All events are geared towards facilitating practical innovations in the development, delivery, and support of science engagement activities. Individuals from science centres, museums, nature centres, planetariums, outreach organisations and schools are all welcome to join us.
Montréal Science Center, Montréal-Québec, Canada May 5-7 , 2010
4 villes - Montpellier, Nîmes, Carcassonne et Alès - projetteront à tour de rôle des films pour le grand public et pour les jeunes. Un festival itinérant en région pour valoriser auprès de tous une production audiovisuelle originale dans les domaines des Sciences.
Festival de Cinema Scientifique du Languedoc Roussillon, 5 mars - 2 avril, 2010
V Congreso Nacional Sobre Comunicación de la Ciencias: Una nueva Cultura
Pamplona, España, 10 - 12 Marzo 2010
Musées et développemenet durable: Pour contruire quel monde?
OCIM - Dijon, 4 et 5 Mars 2010
Bridging Science and Society
2010 AAAS Annual Meeting - San Diego (California), February 18-22, 2010
Face aux ruptures économiques et écologiques, quel rôle pour la Culture scientifique et technique?
Journées Hubert Curien - Esch-sur-Alzette (Luxembourg), February 10-12th, 2010
Forum mondial sciences et démocratie
Paris, 23 janvier 2010
Research Triangle Park, January 15-17th, 2010
La città e la scienza
Napoli (Italy), 11-13 Decembre 2009
Ecology in a Changing Climate
Two Hemispheres - One Globe
10th International Ecology Congress - Brisbane Convention Centre, Australia, 19 August 2009
International School of Scientific Journalism and Communication
Ettore Majorana Foundation and Center for Scientific Culture - Erice, Sicily (Italy), 6-9 July 2009
Governing the uncertainty:The contribution of social sciences to governance of risks in environmental health
Risks in environmental health and workplace safety are complex. Albeit characterised by multiple uncertainties, their identification, assessment and management have been subject to a wave of "scientisation" characteristic of our modern societies. Quantitative approaches and empirical research destined to characterise, prevent and mitigate risks have mobilised a wide range of scientific disciplines. Nonetheless, the limits of quantitative approaches remain important. Hence, there is ample room for more qualitative approaches, along with methods that take into consideration the role of socio-technical systems in the production of risks, their identification and control
Ecole des Mines (Paris), 6-7 July 2009
6th World Conference of Science Journalists 2009
London (UK), 29 June-2 July 2009
The 6th World Conference of Science Journalists (WCSJ2009) will bring established and aspiring reporters, writers and science communicators from around the world to debate, network, develop their professional skills and report on the latest advances science and technology.
Host organisation: Association of British Science Writers http://www.absw.org.uk
For details contact: Julie Clayton, email@example.com
Looking to the future of Science centers
Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel), June 28th, 2009
The symposium will take place on the event of marking the 10th anniversary of the Clore Garden of Science, and the retirement of its funding director, Dr Moshe Rishpon. 3 keynote speakers are now confirmed, Dr. Per-Edvin Persson, Director of Heureka- The Finnish science centre, Dr Goery Delacôte, Chief Executive of At-Bristol, and Dr. Alan J. Friedman, consultant in the areas of museum development and science communication.For more information on the event please contact: Roni.Ashkenazi@weizmann.ac.il
Science Communication Conference 2009
British Science Association - Kings Place (London), 22 and 23 June 2009
ECSITE Annual Conference 2009
Milan (Italy), 4 to 6 June 2009
Arts, Sciences et Technicités
Journées Internationales sur la Communication, l'Éducation et la Culture Scientifiques et Industrielles
Chamonix, 26-28 May 2009
Research on interactive exhibits
Vienna (Austria), 25-26 May 2009
The Austrian Science Center Netzwerk will host a symposium in Vienna on May, 25th-26th 2009. International experts will report about state-of-the-art visitor research in museums. The focus of the symposium will be on interactivity, learning, target groups, design and methods of conducting research on museum visitors. We address (inter)national museum staff, science and culture mediators, exhibition architects, designers, etc. The symposium will take place in the Technical Museum of Vienna and is supported by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science and Research (BMWF) within its programme forMUSE - research in museums.
For more information please contact Ulrike Oberhammer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jornada sobre el programa Ciencia en Sociedad en el 7PM
"Science in Society" - Oficina Europea; 22 Mayo
9th EUSCEA Annual Conference 2009
Perugia (Italy) - 13-16 May
The European science events association ( EUSCEA) conference will take place in the wonderful city of Perugia, in the middle of Italy, in the "green" and also somewhat "mystical" province of Umbria, during the famous Perugian Science Festival with all its science theatres, presentations and shows - even in the old fortress, where the visitors are riding through on escalators, to be fascinated by science - a real "magical" situation. The conference is the occasion to exchange, to network and to learn about the state-of-the-art of science events, about future projects, about best experiences.
The Two Cultures in the 21st Century
New York Academy of Sciences, 9 May 2009
Research connection 2009
European Commission - Prague (Czech Republic), 7-8 May 2009
Two Cultures: 50 years on
The Royal Society (London), 5 May 2009
Evolving science communication: learn, adapte, collaborate
Bristol, 26 & 27 March 2009
Communicating the science of climate change in a skeptical world
Perth (Australia), 23 March 2009
Transforming Cultural and Scientific Communication
Melbourne (Australia), 5 to 6 March 2009
New Scientist editor to lecture on 'Science and the Media'
National Science and Engineering Week, University Of Southampton (UK), 4th to 16th March
2nd African Science Communication Conference
Gauteng, South Africa, 18 to 21 February 2009
The 2nd African Science Communications Conference (ASCC) will convene in Gauteng, South Africa. The theme of the 2nd ASCC will be "Shaping Africa's Future: Science Communication's contribution to Science, Technology and Innovation, and the development of democracy in Africa". With an emphasis on integrating academic research with policy-decision making and industry, the meeting will address important issues in the development and advancement of Science Communication.
Children's University - The idea captures Europe
Tübingen (Germany), 13th & 14 February 2009
Science Communicators advancing European knowledge society
Brussels, 18th February 2009
Sigma Xi Center Research Triangle Park, NC., January 16-18, 2009
2nd ECREA's Conference
To be held in Barcelona (Spain), on November 25-28, 2008.
ECREA's (European Communication Research and Education Association) Science and Environment Communication Section welcomes the submission of proposals for papers, posters and panels. Examples of topic areas that can be addressed include - but are far from restricted to - the following:
* Media representations of science and/or the environment
* Political and commercial discourses on science, technology and/or the environment
* The communication of environmental or science-related risks
* The dialogic, interactive communication of research-based knowledge
* The discourse and politics of environmental activism
* The roles of communication in scientific (or environmental) governance, democracy and citizenship
* Public engagement with science and/or with environmental issues
* Constructions of nature, science and technology in popular culture
* Communication and the production of research-based knowledge
Conference website: http://www.ecrea2008barcelona.org/
Paper proposals: http://www.ecrea2008barcelona.org/eng/callfor_pa.asp
Poster proposals: http://www.ecrea2008barcelona.org/eng/callfor_po.asp
Panel proposals: http://www.ecrea2008barcelona.org/eng/callfor_pn.asp
I Coloquio Internacional de Cultura Científica
Feria de Guadalajara - México, 6 y 7 Diciembre 2008
Seminario mundial sobre periodismo científico
Instituto Internacional de Periodismo "José Martí"
La Habana - Cuba, 8 to 10 December 2008
Uganda Conference for Science Communication 2008
Kampala (Uganda), November 23-26, 2008
2008 Film & History Conference
"Film & Science: Fictions, Documentaries, and Beyond"
Chicago, Illinois USA), October 30-November 2, 2008
The 6th Asia-Pacific Symposium on Press and Scientific and Social Progress
Chinese Society for Science and technology Journalism
Beijing, (China), November 21-23, 2008
Science in Society: Dialogues and Scientific Responsibility
Paris, November 24-25, 2008
The objective of the conference is to discuss the place science holds within our European society. The growing distrust citizens show towards new and potential scientific and technological advances and applications, and youth's decreasing interest for scientific studies and careers, are the symptoms of changes we need to understand. The Conference will focus on analysing the relationship between stakeholders and partners of the scientific community in the "knowledge society" that Europe is trying to build. The conference will examine the possible erosion of the research landscape due to globalisation. This should ultimately lead to questions about scientific responsibility. Finally, ‘best practices' will be identified.
Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, October 24-29 2008
Festival della Scienza
Genova (Italy), October 23 - November 4, 2008
Mostra de Ciencia e Cinema
Amigos de la Casa de las Ciencias (A Coruña), October 22-25, 2008
II Jornada Internacional sobre Gestión de la Información en Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación
Universidad de Concepción (Chile), October 22-24, 2008
18e Rencontres européennes CNRS Jeunes "Sciences et Citoyens"
Palais des Congrès du Futuroscope - Poitiers, 24, 25 et 26 Octobre 2008
Science, Media and Society Course
Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 2 - 3 October 2008
Science and Technology in Society Forum
Kyoto (Japan), on October 5-7, 2008.
http://www.stsforum.org/The IUCN World Conservation Congress
Barcelona (Spain), 5-14 October 2008
More than 8,000 of the world's leading decision makers in sustainable development: from governments, NGOs, business, the UN and academia. Together in one place for 10 days: to debate, share, network, learn, commit, vote and decide. The objective: ideas, action and solutions for a diverse and sustainable world.
Science in the 21st Century: Science, Society and Information Technology
Perimeter Institute Waterloo - Ontario, September 8th-12th 2008
5th Science Centre World Congress
Toronto (Canada). June 15-20, 2008
Communication channel on YouTube of 5SCWC
Science and the Public
Manchester (United Kingdom). June 21-22, 2008
New Sensations Symposium - Art, Science and Healthcare
To accompany the an-Aesthetic exhibition at tactileBOSCH Gallery in Cardiff the New Sensations Symposium considers the role of contemporary Art/Science practice to current and emerging healthcare practices. Featuring nationally and internationally recognised artists and theorists the event will include talks, workshops, discussions and an opportunity for networking.
tactileBOSCH Gallery, Cardiff. 31st May 2008
Nanotechnoloy - Towards Reducing Animal Testing
The Royal Society, London. May 28-29, 2008
Ecsite Annual Conference 2008
To be held in Budapest (Hungary). May 29-31, 2008.
World Science Festival
New York City, May 28 - June 1, 2008
eHealth 2008 conference
The conference will focus mostly on the topics which contribute to connecting eHealth tools and users. The exhibition will show eHealth solutions of EU Member States, Slovenian and other EU countries eHealth industry.
To be held in Slovenia. May 6-8, 2008.
FEST2008 International Science Media Fair
In the transition from the industrial to the knowledge era, the media, or the means by which knowledge is shared and disseminated, have assumed enormous importance. this is why the autonomous region of friuli venezia giulia promotes and supports the international science media fair, which is one of the many regional initiatives aimed at promoting the culture of innovation in all sectors of social life and business. fest is an innovative event which promotes encounters and exchanges among ordinary citizens of ages, the centres that produce new knowledge and operators in the world of science communication. in a historically multicultural region, trieste has achieved its goal of becoming a city of science, a place where universities and internationally renowned research centres operate.
Trieste (Italy). 16-20 april 2008
Western Alaska Interdisciplinary Science Conference and Forum 2008: "Weathering Change, Monitoring Uncertainty"
To promote science, innovation, and education in western Alaska, the University of Alaska Fairbanks Bristol Bay Campus and the Western Alaska Interdisciplinary Science Association (WAISA) is hosting the Western Alaska Interdisciplinary Science Conference and Forum (WAISC) from April 4–6, 2008. WAISC is western Alaska's first regional science conference and is attracting participants from UAF, UAA, Alaska Energy Authority, Bristol Bay Native Association, City of Dillingham and Bristol Bay Economic Development Corporation. WAISC offers a fantastic opportunity to support region science and education in western Alaska. This conference will highlight local efforts that provide a more interdisciplinary approach to scientific inquiry and resource management.
Dillingham, Alaska. April 4–6, 2008
Communicating the beauty of Science
Edinburgh (Scotland). March 25-30, 2008.
Organised by the British Council and directed by Quentin Cooper, the event is closely linked to the Edinburgh Science Festival and combines workshops, practical exercises, interactive sessions and talks with highlights from the Festival programme. Sessions will be intensely interactive and built on exchanges of ideas, brainstorming, and comparisons of different global practices. The scope will range from broad issues, such as how to make science appeal to those who don't find it attractive, to guidance on being interviewed, and the detailed anatomy of individual science stories.
Leading scientists, journalists and science communicators will take part in the sessions, but there will also be an emphasis on the expertise and experience brought by the participants. The programme is flexible enough both to take on their specific interests and concerns and to allow time to explore Edinburgh and the Science Festival.
Driving Innovation from Science to Business
Aix-en-Provence (France). March 6, 2008
5th International Workshop On: Enhancing Change Through Science Centres
Johannesburg, South Africa, 25 –28 February 2008
The Future of Science Journalism
MIT. February 18-20, 2008
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Boston (USA). February 14-18, 2008.
Congreso Iberoamericano de Ciudadanía y Políticas Públicas en Ciencia y Tecnología
Madrid (Spain). February, 5-8, 2008
Communicating Science to the young - future networks
Vienna (Austria), January 31st - February 2nd, 2008.
Making science more accessible and understandable for the general public has become in important goal in Europe in recent years. What are the challenges encountered in practice? How can succesful methods and approaches be adapted and taken up? How can effects be broadened? Whatare effecitve and practical ways to improve science communication? How to enhance scientific attitude among children and young people? Is co-operation and networking a suitable means of bridging the gap between specific approaches?
The Internet as (New) Health Information Source
The role and impact of the World Wide Web as a health information source in the Austrian medical context. Organised by the Department of Social Studies of Science (Institut für Wissenschaftsforschung), University of Vienna (Austria). January 25-26, 2008
2èmes Journées Hubert Curien de la Culture Scientifique, Technique et Industrielle
Liège (Belgium). January 16-18, 2008
Ciencia y Tecnología para el Desarrollo
Granada (Spain). January 17-18, 2008
Science Blogging Conference
Sigma Xi Center in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina (USA). January 19, 2008
Darwin at the Field Museum
The Field Museum (Chicago, USA) hosted a one-day symposium on darwin and its Theory of Evolution on November 3, 2007. The symposium celebrated the temporary exhibit on Darwin, his life and his science at the museum (until the 1st of January, 2008).
European Forum On Science Journalism
How to strengthen science coverage in the European press? How to convince editors to run science stories? How to assess the trustworthiness of scientific research? How to explain science in an understandable fashion? How to stimulate public interest in science news? These are among the key questions addressed at the first European Forum on Science Journalism, that took place in the Universitat Pomepu Fabra (Barcelona) on December 3-4, 2007.
Leading science journalists and editors of national newspapers and specialised science publications from across Europe and the world met in Barcelona to discuss the challenges in reporting on science, the impact of new technologies on the profession and importance of linking science to society and everyday life together with leading scientists and top science communication professionals from across Europe, the US, Canada, China and Australia.
This was the last of the three major events organised by the European Commission to mark the launch of FP7 (after the Conference for Information Multipliers and Today is the Future). To feed the debate, four European reports was specifically commissioned by Directorate-General for Research:
- Three surveys on science in the media in Europe, as perceived by European citizens (Eurobarometer), researchers, and journalists & editors.
- A report and handbook on EU-wide training opportunities for science journalists.
IV Congreso de Comunicación Social de la Ciencia
Was held in Madrid (Spain) on November 21-23, 2007
Science Film Festival 2007
Bangkok (Thailand) on November 13-23, 2007
Communicating climate change: discourses, meditations and perceptions
Was held in the University of Minho, Braga (Portugal) on November 19-20, 2007
Future Directions in Science Journalism
Vancouver BC (Canada). November 9-10, 2007.
World Science Forum
Budapest (Hungary). November 8-10, 2007.
Science Across Television - A European Perspective for the next Decade
Was in the International Space University, Strasbourg (France) on November 8-9, 2007
Festival della Scienza
Genova (Italy). October 25 - November 6, 2007.
8th EMBO/EMBL Joint Conference on Science and Society
The European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) and the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) organised a multidisciplinary and international Science & Society conference: The Future of our Species - evolution, disease and sustainable development.
November 2-3, 2007 at the EMBL, Heidelberg (Germany).
Women in Science 2007
Alexandria (Egypt). October 23-24, 2007.
National Association of Science Writers Annual Meeting 2007
Spokane, Washington (USA). October 19-23, 2007.
Science Education in School
Center for Science Education and Training, Bucharest (Romania). October 11-14, 2007.
Open Access: the New World of Research Communication
The University of Ottawa Library (Canada), in association with the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL), hosted a public seminar entitled Open Access: the New World of Research Communication on October 10, 2007..
The presentations are available along with audio: http://web20.uottawa.ca/academic/library/openaccess.mp3
Women in Science
Women in Science Conferences are designed to allow young women in grades 7 through 12 to learn first-hand about careers in science, mathematics, and technology from accomplished professional women.
Central Wyoming College (USA). October 6, 2007.
Cities, Science and Sustainability
An international workshop examining successful approaches to 'cities, science and sustainability' was held at TWAS's headquarters in Trieste (Italy) , on September 20-22, 2007.
ESF-ORI First World Conference on research integrity: fostering responsible research
The European Science Foundation (ESF) and the US Department of Health and Human Services Office of Research Integrity (ORI) organised a World Conference on Research Integrity in Lisbon (Portugal), on September 16-19, 2007.
Society of Environmental Journalists's 17th Annual Conference
Held in Stanford (USA), on September 5-7, 2007
3rd Living Knowledge conference
Communities building knowledge: innovation through citizens' science and university engagement. Held in Paris (France), from August 30 to September 1, 2007
ESERA - 2007 Conference
The 2007 ESERA Conference was held in Malmö (Sweden) on August 21-25, 2007.
4th Annual Jack F. Ealy Workshop on Science Journalism
Modeled on the previous years’ successful programs, the workshop will consist of two main components: 1- Hands-on instruction from leading scientists, relating to the environment, nanotechnology, genetic engineering, infectious diseases among others; and 2- Practical workshops, conducted by experienced science journalists, on how to more effectively and accurately report on complex science issues.
La Jolla (USA), July 11-20, 2007.
Barcelona. July 5-6, 2007
Festival del documentario scientifico
Roma (Italy). June 20-22, 2007
CIPAST: 2nd Training Workshop
How to design and organise public deliberation and participation in Science & Technology.
Naples (Italy). June 17-21, 2007
7th EUSCEA Annual Conference
Tavira (Portugal). June 14-17, 2007
Science Communication Training Course
Comunicare la ricerca è un corso sulla comunicazione pubblica della scienza e della tecnologia dedicato a ricercatori e responsabili della comunicazione di enti di ricerca o imprese.
Rome (Italy). June 4-5, 2007
18 th ECSITE Conference
This year the organisation hosting the conference is the Pavilhão do Conhecimento - Ciencia Viva. The ‘Pavilion of Knowledge’ is an interactive science centre, head of a network of 14 science and technology centres in Portugal. This active organisation is involved in projects with schools, government and international organisations.
Lisbon (Portugal). May 31 - June 2, 2007.
Dissensus: research, politics, money and journalism
The Danish Science Journalists Association invites you to participate in a one- day conference on the role of science and science journalism under political and economical pressure.
University of Copenhagen (Denmark), June 1st, 2007
Science matters: a unified perspective
This was the first conference, the aim of which is to draw together participants from a wide range of disciplines to discuss different aspects of Science. The proceedings will be published in 2008.
Ericeira (Portugal), May 28-30, 2007
Fiera internazionale dell’Editoria Scientifica di Trieste
Trieste (Italy), May 17-20, 2007.
ESERA - Science and the Public Conference
The conference title's division of "science" and "the public" consciously references the approach often taken by the scientific community. We are aware of the variety of problems of referring to the the public; research problematising the term may form part of the conference programme.
Imperial College, London (UK), May 19, 2007.
The Science Communication Conference
In 2007, focused on climate change and the first on more generic and varied aspects of public engagement. For two days, the conference ran sessions in three strands - engaging to inspire & educate, engaging to involve and engaging through the media & PR.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology, London (UK), May 14-15, 2007.
X Meeting of the RED POP - IV Workshop Science, Communication and Society
The meeting was held on May 9-11, 2007, in San José (Costa Rica) at the National Center for Advanced Technology, CENAT.
The central theme of the meeting was Between the Global and the Local.
Women in Science
Women in Science Conferences are designed to allow young women in grades 7 through 12 to learn first-hand about careers in science, mathematics, and technology from accomplished professional women.
University of Wyoming (USA). May 8, 2007.
Nanotech Outreach Workshop
The Nanotech Outreach Workshop invites the widest range of stakeholders to participate. Success depends on cooperation and conversation, not only across disciplines but also between the scientific community and the public it serves. Leuven (Belgium), May 7-8, 2007.
European Journalism Conference
Under the working name of Promoting basic working rights for all journalists: Challenges of the digital era, the yearly conference of the European Federation of Journalists was held in Zagreb (Croatia) on April, 23-25.
5th World Conference of Science Journalists
The 5th World Conference of Science Journalists was held in Melbourne (Australia), April 16-20, 2007.
Scienza e società si incontrano nell'architettura
Science and society meet each other in architecture. This event was held in Villa Caldogno (Italy) on April, 12-15.
Essential Dialogues: Why Scientists and Engineers Must Not Speak in Tongues
Symposium at Arizona State University, April 2, 2007.
Today is the Future
This event marked the launch of the Seventh Framework Programme 2007-2013 to support research, March 7, 2007.
It included the The award ceremony for the Descartes Prizes for collaborative research and science communication.
La publication scientifique dans l’Espace européen de la recherche
La Commission européenne présidera à Bruxelles, le 15 et 16 février 2007, une conférence sur les questions relatives à la publication scientifique.
Sciences et société en mutation
Auditorium du CNRS (Paris) February 12, 2007.
African Science Communication Conference
The South African Agency for Science and Technology Advancement will host an African Science Communication Conference, December 4-7, 2006.
This event was specifically focused on the need to develop this field and establish collaborative networks on the African continent engaging academies, universities, the public, science centres and private research centres, as well as industry, the media, the education field and professional practitioners.
Rencontres Internationales de l'audiovisuel scientifique
Paris (France). October 14 - Novembre 12, 2006.
Euroscience Open Forum 2006
Euroscience Open Forum 2006 (ESOF2006) was the second pan-European General Science Meeting, held in Munich, July 15-19, 2006.
ESOF brought together all groups involved in the scientific endeavour. This included researchers from different disciplines, policy-makers, representatives of industrial R&D, science journalists and the general public. It fostered debate about science and society, presented science and the humanities at the cutting edge and stimulates scientific awareness.
ECSITE annual conference
The Ecsite conference was organised in Technopolis, the Flemish science centre, in Mechelen (Belgium), June 8-10, 2006.
ECSITE - the European Collaborative for Science, Industry and Technology Exhibitions - is a non-profit collaborative of science centres and museums. Its objective is to promote public awareness of science and technology, and to facilitate co-operation between science-technology centres, museums and related institutions in Europe.
Communicating Science & Technology
The conference, which took place at the University of Tromsø June 6-9 2006, focused on the question of declining recruitment to the natural sciences, mathematics and technology, seeking to engage the private sector in a debate about what this means for society as a whole.
6th EUSCEA Annual Conference 2006
The 6th EUSCEA Annual Conference 2006 took place in Iceland, June 2-3, 2006 - organised by Guðrún J. Bachmann from the University of Iceland and Páll Vilhjálmsson from RANNIS. The Icelandic Centre for Research, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture.
Science & the Public Research Conference
On Saturday 20th May 2006 Imperial College Science Communication Group hosted the first postgraduate conference on science and the public. This one day event brought together postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers in the area of 'science and the public' in interdisciplinary discussion and debate.
Communicating European Research 2005
On 14-15 November, the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research hosted the second Communicating European Research conference. Based on the very positive experiences from the 2004 edition, the event focused on the manifold aspects of science communication and provided an excellent forum and meeting place for scientists, communication professionals and journalists. The conference also took stock of the progress towards the Seventh Framework Programme.
Science in Society Forum 2005
The Science in Society Forum 2005, which took place ib Brussels, March 9-11, 2005, reviewed the success of the efforts of the European Union to draw together the ‘innovation triangle’ (science, society and the economy) and plot a new course forward in the form of a Charter on the Future of Science in Society. Society needs science and science needs society. This means that effective communications are one important aspect of the relationship between science and society.
The Science Communication Conference is an event to bring together teachers, educators, researchers, science communicators and the general public to discuss ways to communicate and disseminate scientific information.