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15 October 2020   Journal editors in PCST webinar

Meet Science Communication journal editors in an upcoming PCST webinar.

'Communicating Science: A Global Perspective' launch webinar posted

21 Sep 2020:   Five authors representing different regions and cultures spoke at the launch.  The authors' panel was: Brooke Smith, Margaret Kaseje, Manzoor Hussain Soomro, Alexandra Borissova and Toss Gascoigne.  Joan Leach chaired. The session was recorded and has been ...

Special call for COVID papers for Aberdeen Conference

24 Jul 2020:   PCST Network announces a special call for proposals for its rescheduled conference, to be held in Aberdeen, Scotland, 25-27 May 2021.

Webinar 'Social inclusion and cultural diversity in science communication'

20 Jul 2020:   Watch the video now: https://pcst.co/webinars/20200730  

Scientists on stage: Communicating science through competitions

4 Jun 2020:   Flash Talks Science Communication Competitions are an innovative approach to communicating science and building the capacities of science communicators.

View webinar on COVID on PCST's YouTube channel

1 Jun 2020:   COVID: a great science communication challenge. Hear international perspectives from Matt Nisbet, Marina Joubert, Dominique Brossard, Massimiano Bucchi, Anwesha Chakraborty.  Chaired by Brian Trench. Tuesday 26 May

Twitter InfoGraphic

28 Apr 2020:   Want to know more about using Twitter for scicomm? PCST member Ki-Youn Kim has created this useful infographic. Ki-Youn Kim is passionate about research and crafting multi-media products to make science accessible and relevant. She is the Community Development ...

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PCST Conference in Aberdeen

The PCST Conference scheduled for Aberdeen 26–28 May has been postponed, and we are working on finding a new date.

Our partners

PCST Network has co-operation agreements with the following international organisations:

  • EUSEA - European Science Engagement Association
  • IECA - International Environmental Communication Association
  • RedPop - Science Communication Network in Latin American and the Carribean

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