Science communication is no longer the same. A project involving seven European countries aims to understand how science communication has changed. It’s not only a question of knowledge but also a matter of opportunities for the future.
More than 50 representatives of the scientifics, researchers and journalists engaged into a stimulated debate. This was on the challenges of communicating science via social media.
onJune 28, 2018
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