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The global challenges of 6G

The global challenges of 6G – Interview with Prof Vincent Poor, key speaker of the STOA annual lecture 2021

Artificial intelligence, augmented reality, blockchain, the internet of things, robotics, virtual reality, 5G/6G - over the past decade, we have seen rapid developments in digital technology. More disruptive technological developments are coming and 6G systems are considered to be the basis for these future digital services. What can we expect from this technology? Which are ...

Journalism and climate change: the urgent need to make complex topics accessible

Journalism and climate change: the urgent need to make complex topics accessible

The European Science-Media Hub (ESMH) hosted the second edition of its annual summer school (report of the event) in Brussels to offer journalists the opportunity to reflect on how to cover climate change. How to make this essential news accessible to the public? What are the specific challenges faced by journalists while covering climate change? ...

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. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEQbzRvPFqc An infodemic within a pandemic. One of the most harmful consequences of misinformation is its impact ...

The new European Bauhaus a better future together

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. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsDefOuqkOo In this context, the European Parliament's Panel for the Future of Science and Technology ...

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 ...

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, ...

ESMH, The European Science-Media Hub, a tool for promoting accurate scientific information, on a blue background

The European Science-Media Hub, a tool for promoting accurate scientific information

The European Science-Media Hub (ESMH) started its work in 2018 as a project of the European Parliament’s Panel for the Future of Science and Technology. The main mission of the Hub is to offer a platform for dialogue among scientists, journalists and policymakers and to promote sound scientific evidence. The ESMH offers journalists and other ...

Safeguarding academic freedom in Europe

Safeguarding academic freedom in Europe: STOA event and video

What are the challenges for academic freedom in Europe today? And how could the EU address them? A STOA conference, organised with the support of the European University Association (EUA), took place on 9 November 2021. It sought to clarify the definition of academic freedom, to frame the challenges in the EU context and to ...