Workshops on Science Communication

Science View’s experienced journalists and communicators provide professional advice through workshops on science communication.

  • Do you believe your scientific work is properly disseminated through the media and is known to the public?
  • Do you feel that press articles about your research have been accurate? Are you pleased with the final product?
  • Are you certain you know how to write a press release and where to send it?
  • Do your press releases reach their destination on TV, the radio, the web or newspaper pages?
  • Do you reckon contacts with the media are simple?
  • Do you find it easy to give lectures and presentations, even to the lay public?
  • Do you know how to utilize websites and social media in order to communicate your research?
  • And finally, do you find it easy to explain to your peers what the topic of your research or even your field is?

If you’ve given a negative answer to most of these questions, then maybe it’s time to review your communication skills.

If you want to disseminate your research, you will simply have to learn to communicate it effectively!

Science View offers you the appropriate tools and knowledge so you can ensure professional communications with the academic community, the media and the public.

Science View’s experienced journalists and communicators give their professional advice in two (2) and three (3) day-long workshops focusing on science communication.

During the workshops you will have the opportunity to get familiar with a broad range of science communication. You will learn how to:

  • Give interesting lectures and attractive presentations.
  • Feel comfortable and stress-free when interviewed.
  • Write good articles and press releases.
  • Establish strong contacts with the media.

Take full advantage of the possibilities offered by the web and social media.

Who are the workshops for?
  • Academics
  • Researchers, PhD candidates, post-graduate students
  • Communications officials and press officers of research centers, institutes and universities.