Thursday 13 April

Parallel sessions 6

Roundtable: Starting the communication with audience interests or with scientists’ strategic goals? A provocative roundtable
Ayelet Baram-Tsabari
John Besley
Jon Chase
Bruce Lewenstein
Willem Burger Room
Linked papers: Diversity is strength – science communication enabling common ground for climate action
Andy Ridgeway
Laura Fogg-Rogers
Amanda Webber
Sophie Laggan
Margarida Sardo
Van der Mandele (mezzanine)
Linked papers: The science-media relationship explored from a research and practice perspective
Anne Dijkstra
Esther Marín González
Elisa Nelissen
Marco Boscolo
Anouk de Jong
Karinna Matozinhos
Van Weelde Room
Mini-workshop: The tragicomedy of Athena: training and reflection tool for working towards more rewarding and recognised science communication
Marjoleine van der Meij
Sem Barendse
Anna Aris
Zeelenberg Room
Insight talks: Role players in science communication and public engagement
1. The need for the science communication communicator
2. Putting Journalists in the shoes of researchers
3. Communication offices: beyond strategic communication
4. Identify Crises: The Role of a Science Show Performer as an Educator and/or Entertainer
5. SciComm my way or no way
6. Mapping participatory science. Insights on formats, barriers, and solution strategies from Germany
7. CitizAir - Empowering citizen action for clean air
8. Communication in participatory science
9. Co-creating the Future – The Power of Social Makerthons in Urban Innovation Ecosystems
Sikke Jansma
1. Tom Carruthers
2. Zuze Matoliro
3. Alessandro Tavecchio
4. Mark Langtry
5. Iván Jalil Antón Carreño Márquez
6. Sabrina Kirschke
7. David Borgström
8. Carolina Llorente
9. Annette Klinkert
Hudig Room
Insight talks: Communicating science in digital spaces
1. The challenge of splitting a science museum exhibition into physical and virtual spaces
2. Adapting seven siblings from the future, from Finland to Australia to online
3. Experimentation in Accessibility at Science Festivals: Are digital technologies the next frontier?
4. Going global during a pandemic: moving collaborative events online
5. From paper to screen: how to produce a video abstract?
6. Using Social Media as a Novel Platform for Health Research in Malawi
7. Listening to experts: Podcasting as a practice of science communication during the COVID-19 pandemic
8. Turning Scientists into Radio Hosts every week for 6 years
Laurens Landeweerd
1. Chisako Miyamae
2. Lisa Bailey
3. Julie Ann Fooshee
4. Andrew Purcell
5. Miguel Ferreira
6. Pauline Helen Mlogeni
7. Anna-Lena Oltersdorf
8. Lindiwe Mafuleka
Schadee Room
Individual papers: Climate change, energy, and biodiversity as a focus areas for science communication
1. Economic ideology, nationalism, and climate change: Chinese public engagement with climate change
2. “Get Involved!”: How Science Communication Shapes Individuals’ Climate Change Perspectives
3. Prompting reflection on visual art mitigates political division on the perceived relevance of climate change
4. When is climate change happening? The framing of climate futures in journalistic reporting across four countries
5. Is everyone an energy citizen? – A co-constructive definition seeking beyond disciplinary boundaries
6. Mediated deliberation on social media: Understanding public sentiment of nuclear energy development in Singapore using mix-method analysis
7. Using communication to support energy transition in Africa
Alice Fleerackers
1. Yeheng Pan
2. Laura Bilfinger
3. Isabel Villanueva
4. Lars Guenther
5. Elisabeth Unterfrauner
6. Agnes (Soo Fei) Chuah
7. Israel Bionyi Nyoh
Van Beuningen Room
Individual papers: Novel approaches in science communication and engagement
1. Living Labs as Third Spaces: Low-threshold participation, empowering hospitality, and the social infrastructures of continuous presence
2. Extended Co-Creations – Virtual Technologies and Collaboration in Museums
3. Collaborating for a Night without walls
4. Virtual environment, real impacts: A VR game utilizing Self-Determination Theory to reduce plastic waste
5. The Dream Machine: a science and theatre hybrid communication format experiment
Liselotte Rambonnet
1. Ingmar Rothe
2. Andrea Geipel
3. Ana Santos-Carvalho
4. Shirley Ho
5. Mário Montenegro
Ruys Room
1. Demonstration: ConnectME - App connecting the media to health care experts (25 minutes)
2. Demonstration: Science in and out – Creating common ground for community science events – - The Citizen lab model for public engagement (25 minutes)
1. Anel Schoonees
2. Yael Barel-Ben David
Hani Swirski
Keren Dalyot
Van Rijckenvorsel Room
No session
Plate Room
Mini-workshop: Popular science writing
Anusuya Chinsamy-Turan
Jørn H. Hurum
Van der Vorm Room
Linked papers: Realising sustainable futures: Public communication and engagement to build a better world
Fern Elsdon-Baker
Will Mason-Wilkes
James Riley
Louise Reardon
Adam Michael Packer
Caroline MacCalman
Mees Room