The new Science View website

Summer is almost over and we have returned from a (short) summer break refreshed, enthusiastic and with a brand new… look; a new website! Our goal is not just to wear a new “suit”. We want to present the information about our projects and activities, interesting news and events, publications and trainings, in a simple…

Science View newsletter, July – August 2015

Welcome to Science View’s monthly newsletter. This is issue July- August 2015 in which you can read about: New understanding of science communication > Science View participates in major Horizon 2020 project “NUCLEUS” Science View participates in major Horizon 2020 project “NUCLEUS”, an acronym for a “New Understanding of Communication, Learning and Engagement in Universities…

Science View participates in major Horizon 2020 project NUCLEUS

How should science respond to the needs of the people? How could a socially robust and responsible communication foster a genuine dialogue between, let’s say a university and its stakeholders—whether politicians and entrepreneurs, artists and journalists, or citizens at large? How should scientific institutions deal with their new responsibilities in science communication in the face…

EUSJA and the European Health Forum Gastein invite 7 journalists

European Health Forum Gastein continues its collaboration with EUSJA and invites 7 journalists to attend this very interesting event, where they will have the opportunity to meet scientists and health policy makers. This year the Forum will be in 30 September – 2 October, in Austria. The accommodation grant will cover 4 night accomodation and…

Student video contest on nanotechnologies

  A video contest on nanotechnologies for students (11-18 year olds) around Europe is launched by the EU funded project NanoDiode. The contest is organized by the European Union of Science Journalists’ Associations (EUSJA), a partner in the NanoDiode project. Students are asked to produce short videos on nanotechnology on the following topic: “What kind…

Expecting supersymmetry – Interview with Prof.Nanopoulos

The contribution of Dimitris Nanopoulos and his research team to the production mechanism of the Higgs boson in 1975 was determinant for the further progress towards the recent discovery of the specific particle. Dimitris Nanopoulos, a distinguished professor of High Energy Physics and President of the Academy of Athens for the year 2015, talks to…