Wednesday 12 April

Parallel sessions 3

Individual papers: Science communication theory
1. The Uses of the Term ‘Science Communication’
2. Bridging open science and science communication: A theoretical perspective
3. A constructed mind approach for science communication research
4. Science Communication and Epistemic Cultures
5. What place has history in science communication? Reflections from a lapsed historian
6. The construction of civil scientific literacy in China from the perspective of science education
7. Science communication and prophecy
Emma Weitkamp
1. Bernard Schiele
2. Monique Oliveira & Alice Fleerackers
3. Daniel Silva Luna
4. James Andrew Dolan
5. Harriet Palfreyman
6. Guoyan Wang
7. Hauke Riesch
Willem Burger Room
Linked papers: Research infrastructures: Connecting scientific facilities to society
Marjolein Oorsprong
Elise Brouwer
Tabea Rauscher
Anton Binneman
Emma Sanders
Frank Nuijens
Van der Mandele (mezzanine)
Roundtable: Toward a unified research agenda for communicating basic science
Brooke Smith
Sara Yeo
Marina Joubert
T.Y. Branch
Van Weelde Room
Problem-solving workshop: Fact-finding mission: How to make scicomm practices with audiences more inclusive
Siddharth Kankaria
Liesbeth de Bakker
Kim Darley Waddilove
Barbara Streicher
Mohamed Daoud
Tessa Zonneveld
Zeelenberg Room
Individual papers: Science communication strategies, challenges and trends
1. A successful mixture: Using multiple communication methods across many audiences in a contentious space
2. Memes and pandemic: a study on reception and strategies for science communication
3. The unique challenges and opportunities for communication and engagement on basic science
4. Lessons for Increasing Science Engagement Across Diverse Communities
5. The use of narratives in communicating neuroscience to low-income status pregnant mothers
6. When science meets society: “getting personal” in first encounters
Brian Trench
1. Melina Gillesipe
2. Luís Amorim
3. Ashley Cate
4. Cary Funk
5. Aquiles Negrete
6. Lotte van Burgsteden
Hudig Room
Individual papers: Communicating uncertainty in science
1. Cutting “Long COVID” Stories Short: Did News Outlets Oversimplify the Uncertainty in Medical Research about Post-COVID Conditions?
2. Don’t skip Uncertainty! Insights from a Study on Communicating Scientific Uncertainty and Advocacy
3. Uncertainty across the sciences: Exploring how experts from different fields experience scientific uncertainty
4. DICEY Science communication in a climate of uncertainty (Lynda Dunlop)
5. Interrogating mediated medicine: Examples from the gene technology and dental amalgam controversies in Sweden
Bruce Lewenstein
1. Anqi Shao
2. Inse Janssen
3. Becca Beets
4. Lynda Dunlop
5. Jenny Eklöf
Schadee Room
Visual papers: Science communication practice
1. Creating common language: science communication in between scientific disciplines and publics
2. Visual communication means we’re all speaking the same language
3. Diversity in Science for Social Inclusion: when the diversity wheel becomes a blur
4. Science communication through public-private partnership at CERN
5. Pasta & Haggis Project – A recipe for success
6. Fight resistance: an evolution game
7. More Than Words: Using Images of Science to Reach Broader Audiences
8. Hang out at the engagement laundromat
9. Is technology taking over? The SocKETs exhibition
Melanie Smallman
1. Rita Campos
2. Jane Thomas
3. Jane Essex
4. Andrew Purcell
5. Pauline Mack
6. Daniela Ribeiro
7. Heather Young
8. Jo Bailey
9. Clara Boissenin
Van Beuningen Room
Individual papers: Evaluation and impact of science communication
1. Active Ingredients of Science Communication Impact: A Quantitative Study at a Science Festival
2. Development and Validation of Scale for Reception of Science Communication
3. Collaboratively Contributing to the Value Proposition of Science Engagement in South Africa
4. Leading together: exploring the impacts of collaborative academic leadership
5. Evaluating Youth Engagement with (Geo)Science Communication Models: A Case Study with a Métis Community in Saskatchewan, Canada
6. The engagement blind spot: locations of quality in perceptions of science communication stakeholders
Julia Cramer
1. Madelijn Strick
2. Leon Yufeng Wu
3. Lindie Muller
4. Ann Grand
5. Courtney Onstad
6. Arko Olesk
Ruys Room
Mini-workshop: How to know when you are using jargon and how to modify it
Marlit Hayslett
Van Rijckenvorsel Room
Performance with storytelling and music: Shared music-making as ecosophy – Cultural mapping post-industrial areas of Scotland (30 minutes)
Lucy Beattie
Luke Daniels
Plate Room
Demonstration: Congratulations, you are a superorganism! Creation of the microbiome videogame Symbiosville (25 minutes)
Lisa Bailey
Plate Room
Panel discussion: Freedom vs Science: How to Transcend the post-pandemic political divide?
Alexandre Schiele
Bernard Schiele
Toss Gascoigne
Germana Barata
Van der Vorm Room
Storytelling presentation: CURIOS.TY: Giving V.O.I.C.E creatively to research from the Global South
Deborah Minors
Schalk Mouton
Mees Room