Science communication: conference - Budapest, 27 November

October 25, 2006

Brussels, 24 October 2006

A conference on science communication will take place in Budapest, Hungary, on November.

The event will mark the end of a one-year research and communication programme entitled 'The communication of knowledge and society - the social presence of scientific research and technological development'.

The day will include presentations on Hungarian and EU science communication projects, and plenary sessions on science and the media, and scientists in the media.

For further information, please contact:


Anita Simon
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