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Public Communication of Science and Technology

 

22 June 2020   Forward to PCST2020+1

PCST Network is actively working towards a rescheduled conference - PCST 2020+1.

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 ...

Aberdeen Conference postponed

13 Mar 2020:   PCST Network announces, with regret, that its 2020 conference in Aberdeen will not be going ahead as planned, due to the Covid19 pandemic.

Even more updates FAQ for Aberdeen

28 Feb 2020:   Here is how you modify proposals, check if you are a financial member of PCST, log in to your author account, apply for bursaries, sort out visas and letters of invitation, look at accommodation options, and know the deadlines. Eighteen ...

6 easy ways to improve SEO for science communication

18 Feb 2020:   What is SEO, and why should science communicators care about it? Claire Moran guides us through the topic, from spiderbots to using links wisely...

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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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