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SCIENCE COMMUNICATION

22 November 2018
In some western countries, graphic storytelling was in the past delegated to the comic strips covering overlooked back pages of the newspaper. In recent years it has become increasingly recognised as an important visual art form with the ability to communicate complex ideas. Comics engage not only children but also the curious and young at heart, whatever age they may be.
26 October 2018
Meet fifteen women. Fifteen ERC grantees ready to tell their story in simple words. Based in Spain, they all share a passion for science and one common challenge: taking basic science out of the lab and bringing it closer to citizens, via schools, libraries, museums, and prisons.
25 September 2018
Go beyond your lab, take part in the debate, share the passion for scientific pursuit . by Jean-Pierre Bourguignon, President of the European Research Council
13 August 2018
As part of a series on "Science Communication", Dame Athene Donald, member of the ERC's Scientific Council , gives her views on the joys of finding your voice and the political impact of doing so.
31 July 2018
10..9… 8…7… Sylvestre Lacour and his team members watch the screen nervously. They smile, but you can feel the tension in the room …6…5…4…It's still night outside and the air is frozen at the Paris ...
19 July 2018
ERC grantee Johan Rockstrom believes communication is key to research success. In 2009 he won the "Swede of the year" award for science communication. Here he shares some tips and tricks.