Fully virtual conference on 24-27 May.
Plenary speakers include Philip Ball, Marina Joubert and Matt Nisbet.
6 Apr 2021: Science communicators have adapted to the global pandemic in creative ways by using new online formats and platforms. In March 2021, five panellists spoke about new ways to engage audiences by going digital.
16 Mar 2021: Science communication is practised in a steadily increasing variety of formats, and on more and more diverse platforms. Watch the video now: https://youtu.be/YBJfwrEKaLU
1 Mar 2021: Welcome to your weekly roundup of science communication news and events. It’s March! In the northern hemisphere spring is starting to arrive. The diary, as usual, is very busy. If you are running an event and have recorded ...
13 Feb 2021: The Archives contains abstracts and papers from PCST conferences. Now Marina Joubert and Hans Peter Peters of the PCST Scientific Committee have tracked down conference programs and reports from earlier conferences and symposiums, and added them to the ...
5 Feb 2021: Even for full-time researchers it is not easy to keep up-to-date. But the journals aim to make it easier by sending out email alerts to new content and through social media.
2 Feb 2021: PCST 2020+1 will go ahead in May 2021. PCST23 will be in Rotterdam in April 2023. PCST25 will be in Aberdeen in May 2025.
The PCST conference will go ahead as planned on 24-27 May 2021, but as a fully virtual event called PCST2020+1.
PCST Network has co-operation agreements with the following international organisations: