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Contributor: Mićo Tatalović

Mico Tatalovic ESMHMićo Tatalović is the chairman of the Association of British Science Writers. He has worked as a science news editor at Nature, New Scientist and SciDev.Net. Last year, he completed the Knight Science Journalism fellowship at MIT, in Cambridge, US. He is originally from Rijeka, Croatia, and is still actively involved in promoting science journalism in the region, through initiatives such as the Balkan School of Science Journalism and Balkan Science Beat. Mićo holds a BA degree in biology from the University of Oxford, an MPhil in zoology from the University of Cambridge, and an MSc in science communication from Imperial College London.

Fabiana Zollo Interviewed by Mićo Tatalović about the QUEST Project

A scientist’s opinion: Interview with Fabiana Zollo about the QUEST project

Interview with Fabiana Zollo, Assistant Professor at Ca' Foscari University and Research Fellow in the Venice Center for the Humanities and Social Change. We are now working to determine the state-of-the-art of science communication on social media. We are following and analysing data from more than 680 Twitter accounts, 490 Facebook pages and 390 YouTube ...

The QUEST for better science communication in Europe

The QUEST for better science communication in Europe

A major new EU research project is mapping the state of science communication through journalism, social media and museums in several European countries. The goal is to inform future efforts based on a better understanding of communicating science, as well as to produce guides on best practice.

Sarah Rachael Davies Interviewed by Interviewed by Mićo Tatalović about the QUEST Project about the QUEST Project

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Sarah Rachael Davies about the QUEST project

Interview with Sarah Rachael Davies, from the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Journalism generally is undergoing significant structural changes, as legacy media find it harder to survive. Traditional science reporting is under intense pressure. Why did you join the Quest project, what it the value you ...