In Focus: Science Communication

“You don’t really understand something unless you can explain it to your grandmother”. This quote is attributed to Albert Einstein and should be the motto of all professional science communicators.

Science communication should be part of a scientist's everyday life as communicating with society about science and its benefits is more important than ever. Scientists give talks, write papers and proposals, communicate with a variety of audiences, and educate others. Thus, to be successful scientists must learn how to communicate effectively. In other words, to be a successful scientist, they must be effective communicators and able to transmit their message clearly and concisely so that it is understood by an engaged audience. We might conclude that today, effective communicators can be considered better scientists.

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Events

  • Third European Education Summit: Digital Education Transformation

      Building Resilience in the European Education Area The coronavirus pandemic has caused widespread disruption to education and training provision by schools, higher education institutions...

  • Science is Wonderful! 2020

    The online science exhibition will take place online between 22 and 24 September 2020 and is part of the European Research & Innovation Days.

  • European Research and Innovation Days

    European Research and Innovation Days is the European Commission’s annual flagship event, bringing together policymakers, researchers, entrepreneurs and citizens to debate and shape the future of research...

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Organisations

  • Centre for Southeast European Studies (CSEES)

    The Centre for Southeast European Studies was set up in November 2008 following the establishment of Southeastern Europe as a strategic priority at the University of Graz in 2000. The Centre is an interdisciplinary...

  • European Association of Science Editors (EASE)

    The European Association of Science Editors (EASE) is an international community of individuals and associations from diverse backgrounds, linguistic traditions and professional experience in science ...

  • Euroscience

    Euroscience was founded in 1997 by members of Europe's research community to: provide an open forum for debate on science and technology and research policies in Europe strengthen the ...

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Links

  • Open Research Europe Platform

    Fast publication and open peer review for research stemming from Horizon 2020 funding across all subject areas.

  • EurekAlert

    EurekAlert! is an online, global news service operated by AAAS, the science society. EurekAlert! provides a central place through which universities, medical centers, journals, government agencies, corporations...

  • Balkan Network of Science Journalists

    Science reporters and writers from various countries in South-East Europe gathered in this Association of Science Reporters from across South-East Europe to improve the quality of critical and ethical...

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