Scientist: Ana Delicado

ESMH Scientist Ana DelicadoBorn in 1973 in Paço de Arcos. She is a sociologist and was granted a PhD by the Social Sciences Institute of the University of Lisbon (ICS-UL) in 2006. Formerly, she was a junior research fellow at the Observatory of Sciences and Technologies (1997-2001) and at ICS-UL (2002-2005) and a postdoctoral research fellow at the Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (JRC -European Commission, Seville, 2006) and at ICS-UL (2007-2009). She was a visiting fellow at ias-sts Institute of Advanced Studies on Science Technology and Society (Graz) in 2013/14. She specialises in social studies of science. She is a member of the Scientific Committee of MIDAS – Museus e Estudos Interdisciplinares and of the Reading Committee of O Arqueólogo Português. She received an award from the Portuguese Associaiton of Museology in 2009 and the Scientific Award Universidade de Lisboa/Caixa Geral de Depósitos 2018 in Social Sciences.

CONCISE Project: a European-wide debate on science communication

CONCISE Project : a European-wide debate on science communication

How do citizens keep themselves informed about the most controversial scientific issues? Which sources of information do they choose? A two-year project aims to answer these questions in order to obtain valuable information on communication to the public, to be taken into account for the near future.

A scientist’s opinion: interview with Ana Delicado about the CONCISE project

A scientist’s opinion : interview with Ana Delicado about the CONCISE project

We speak with Ana Delicado, Research Fellow Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon, about the CONCISE project. What prompted you to undertake this project? Were there any projects or surveys carried out in the past that you have taken into consideration? For the past 20 years I have done research (and more recently teaching) ...