Conference addresses the challenge of communicating modern science

October 31, 2002

Brussels, 30 Oct 2002

Do science centres and museums need to reassess the way in which they interact with visitors, providing people with the tools to help them tackle the issues that science and technology innovation raises?

These will be two key areas for discussion at the annual conference of the European collaborative for science, industry and technology exhibitions (ECSITE).

The event will be hosted by the natural history and science museums in London, and will run from 14 to 16 of November. Through themed discussions and workshops, the event hopes to contribute to the better understanding of the challenges of modern science.

The conference is open to all who are active in the field of science communication, and the event will be an opportunity to analyse all of the major issues in a concentrated period of time.

For further information, please consult the following web address:

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