A survey of registrants to PCST 2018 in Dunedin shows registrants were largely 'very satisfied' or 'satisfied' with the conference, but also have suggestions on how future events might be improved. The parallel sessions was the biggest source of complaint: the number, the way they were organised, and the content.
Watch the video for a two minute snapshot of how the conference went.
29 Jul 2018: Authors of papers presented at the PCST Conference 2018 can now upload their paper in full (PDF only). The full papers will accompany previously accepted abstracts and be included in the PCST Archive.
18 Apr 2018: Lloyd is professor of science communication at University of Otago in Dunedin and founding director of the university's Centre for Science Communication. He is a recognised expert on penguins, author of popular books and maker of films on these birds.&...
18 Apr 2018: Hans Peter Peters has been an internationally recognised researcher in science communication for over 30 years, and a member of the PCST Scientific Committee since 2004.
11 Apr 2018: Stories, and histories, connect us, even across great distances. Defined broadly, science communication is society talking about science. That could well be recast: science communication is society telling stories about science.
5 Apr 2018: Fourteen members were elected: 4 from Americas and Africa 4 from Europe 4 from Asia and Australasia 2 from Any country but under the age of thirty-five .
25 Mar 2018: The venue for the meeting was the main theatre at St David Lecture Theatre Complex, University of Otago. PCST financial members can see the agenda by logging in to their account on the membership page.
Authors of papers presented at the PCST Conference 2018 can now [External website]upload their paper in full (PDF only). The full papers will accompany previously accepted abstracts and be included in the PCST Archive.
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