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Trust in science a weapon to combat misinformation

Trust in science: a weapon to combat misinformation

During the Covid-19 pandemic misinformation has spread like wildfire. How to counter this phenomenon is precisely the topic of the debate held by the ESMH on Friday 20 May 2022, in the European Parliament Liaison Office of Madrid. An infodemic within a pandemic. One of the most harmful consequences of misinformation is its impact on ...

The new European Bauhaus: a better future together

The New European Bauhaus (NEB) project was initiated to carry the values of the European Green Deal. It is an interdisciplinary approach in which technology, design, art and science combine forces to build a more sustainable, enriching and inclusive future. In this context, the European Parliament's Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA) ...

the challenge of promoting sound science – interview with Simon Clark

The challenge of promoting sound science – interview with Simon Clark

Simon Clark is a scientist who regularly posts online videos covering scientific topics. He also wrote ‘Firmament’ - a book on climate change. In this interview for the European Science-Media Hub Simon Clark talks about the importance of making accurate science information available to citizens and the challenges of getting a complex message across to ...

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Promoting trust in science and countering misinformation: a task for all

Misinformation is a new pandemic, one for which the only cure is knowledge. Informed audiences, media-savvy scientists, and high-quality journalism are key to counter misinformation. These are the main takeaways from the debate on 'Promoting trust in science to counter misinformation', the third event of a series called Science-Media Days, which took place on 20 ...

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Promoting trust in science to counter misinformation

🇪🇸 Consult Spanish version 🇪🇸 Promoting trust in science to counter misinformation: communicating science evidence beyond the pandemic Who: Organised by the European Science-Media Hub of the European Parliament’s Panel for the future of Science and Technology (STOA) in cooperation with the European Parliament Liaison Office in Madrid. When: Friday 20 May 2022, 11:30-14:30 Where: ...

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‘Predatory’ publications put pressure on the integrity of scientific literature

Over two million scientific papers are published every year worldwide. Faced with the pressure to 'publish or perish', researchers can be tempted by journals that charge low publication fees and publish articles of dubious quality. The scale of these 'predatory publication practices' and 'predatory publication journals' is global and can have far-reaching consequences, as such ...

ESMH Media Review – April 4, 2022

DSA, AI and disinformation: check out the ESMH selection of 40 science & tech news published in the last weeks on the web.

The Future of Science Communication Conference Bringing Science Communicators and Researchers Together

ESMH participates in the conference on the future of science communication in Europe

How to communicate scientific evidence in the digital era? How to maintain an open dialogue with citizens and address disinformation and misinformation? Could science communication be more structured and institutionalised at European level? These were the main issues discussed at the second Future of Science Communication Conference (FSCC 2.0) on 26 April in Brussels. Academics, ...