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14 January 2021   FAQs on the Conference 2020+1

Your questions answered on

A.  Registration

B. Any proposal you may have made

C. The program for 2020+1

D. Participation in the Virtual Conference

E. Post conference

PCST Conferences. Dates and bidding

15 Jan 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.

Public Understanding of Science: the Journal

31 Dec 2020:   Public Understanding of Science is a fully peer-reviewed international journal covering all aspects of the inter-relationships between science and the public. Sign up for New Content alerts and receive an alert for the latest full issue as well as ...

[External website]Communicating science and health messages in Africa

24 Dec 2020:   RN's Science Show presents a remarkable interview with Dr Margaret Kaseje, one of the contributing authors in the breakout success Communicating Science. Dr Kaseje describes the challenges facing science communicators in Africa, including censorship in state-controlled African countries, and how ...

The SciCommer: 2021

24 Dec 2020:   In this issue, you will find a big list of training, shows and activities from science communicators on offer for 2021.

SciCommSci Club: Facilitating Dialogue Between Research and Practice in India

30 Nov 2020:   What does it take to run a SciCommSci Club? Siddharth Kankaria shares his experiences and lessons learned.

Behind the scenes of The Scicommer

27 Nov 2020:   Meet Heather Doran, PCST committee member and the author of a new science communication newsletter.

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PCST Conference 2021

The PCST conference will go ahead as planned on 24-27 May 2021, but as a fully virtual event called PCST2020+1.

Information on registrations

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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