Present your research on stage – in only 3 minutes!
Bringing science to the public by connecting art, mathematics, technology and tourism
Life-communication approach in which scientists gain new skills on the spot
Interactive, circular discussion format, bringing together experts with diverse audiences
Science treasure hunt with individual stations
Learn from your mistakes!
Digital Version of the SciCom Triangle
Science Advocacy Program for Youngsters
Science and you(th) enables school classes to step into a dialogue session with scientists and politicians about the future.
Get closer to the artistic heritage of your city by combining art, mathematics, artificial intelligence and social communication of science
The face to face dialogue between science and society is important – especially when concerning topics of big social and political impact.
It is a theatre performance at which scientific themes or historic events are presented.
It is an international concept that was developed in France and the main premise is that the visitors and the scientists are removed…
Schools act as creative parliamentarians engaging with societal challenges to discover the more effective links between science and politics.
The public is invited to participate in an experiment or study thus having a large number of participants.
Children and young people like challenges. They like to participate in competitions, especially if there is an attractive prize to be won.
Research findings provide a number of good stories, which are presented in form of films at film festivals.
Debates strengthen critical thinking skills as well as communication skills.
It involves experts demonstrating science or how something works.
A science show is a mixture of comedy, magic and of course lots of science.
A Pub Talk is a relaxed table-discussion with scientists in a bar or pub.
A Guided Tour is an activity that offers a stroll inside a premise or an outdoor experience.
By taking people out of the meeting environment, changing the setting and bringing in new elements…
Quickly and cheaply make ideas tangible so they can be tested and evaluated by others.
Design workshops are a format to develop science communication activities and strategies, in a collaboration between scientists/engineers…
Hollywood physics is a variation of a physics show that is based on identifying and explaining mistakes in Hollywood films in physics terms.
The concept is based on researchers visiting schools or workplaces and talk about themselves, their research and their career path.
A festival can easily attract large audiences that would normally not engage with science events.
“It’s fooling around directly with phenomena, with tools and materials. It’s thinking with your hands and learning through doing…
An Installation is a setting that creates a context for discussion and facilitate the possibility to dialogue with people and to collect their visions on a specific topic or issue.
Science Shops mediate between citizens, citizen groups and research institutions.
PlayDecide is a discussion-game specifically devised to encourage an exchange of opinions in a simple but effective way, on controversial scientifical and technological topics which are also relevant to specific contexts.
To test and enhance proposals, stories or ideas by subjecting them to challenges or positive alternatives.
Make participants think about possible futures, as well as stimulate creative and forward thinking.
The World Café is a simple, effective, and flexible format for hosting large group dialogues.
A Hackathon is an event format which is about actual problem solving. At a scientific hackathon (or hackathon), researchers, computer developers, designers and all those who enjoy tinkering come together.
Water World is a “PopUp” Science Centre was created for a week-long festival, in South Africa. It provides an amazing opportunity to learn about water and the kinds of research happening in and around water, but also to find out about the variety of careers in this field.
Mind the Lab is a STEM awareness-raising campaign that takes place at metro stations.
An excursion is a trip to local places of interest e.g. sites of archaeological importance, a biotope, volcano, a geological…
Games and experiments that are self explanatory are particularly enticing elements in science venues created for people who drop in.
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