PCST Network

Public Communication of Science and Technology


9 January 2020   Updated FAQ for speakers at Aberdeen

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. Sixteen questions, sixteen answers.

Popular among youth, TikTok challenges us to communicate science

7 Jan 2020:   Germana Barata and Natália Flores give a summary of TikTok's potential for science communication.

What is science communication?

3 Dec 2019:   PCST is the Network for the Public Communication of Science and Technology. But what is science communication exactly?

From an International Research Workshop to a Pop-up Podcast – The Story of 'Sharing Science'

19 Nov 2019:   Yael Barel-Ben David and Aviv J. Sharon write about their experiences developing a 'pop-up podcast' based on a research workshop.

Behind the Scenes at PCST 2020

23 Oct 2019:   Preparations for PCST 2020, to be held in Aberdeen on 26-28 May next year, are in full flow. Get a peek behind the scenes with our interviews with PCST Network Programme Committee Chair Jenni Metcalfe and Local Organising Committee Co-Chair ...

Call for workshop, performance and Speakers' Corner proposals

19 Sep 2019:   Now live: call for non-traditional conference formats for PCST 2020

PCST Keynotes Announced!

18 Sep 2019:   The line-up of plenary speakers at PCST 2020 has now been made public...

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Call for proposals for PCST 2020

PCST Network announces the call for proposals for its conference to be held in Aberdeen, Scotland, 26–28 May 2020.

We invite submissions that address aspects of the conference theme - Time, Technology and Transformation - but also encourage applications that push the boundaries of discussion around these areas.

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