Covid-19: Has Science Communication Failed?

A global panel of science communication experts exchanging insights in breaking down the science behind the pandemic to the public.

Science reporters and communicators all over the world face an unprecedented change with the onset of Covid-19. In many ways, the pandemic influences the production of scientific knowledge as well as its dissemination among decision-makers and the general public. Learn more on the results of #CovidSciCom, our global study on the impact of Covid-19 on science communication in Switzerland, India, and the United States.

Introduction:
Claudia Appenzeller, exec. MPA, Secretary General of the Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences

Presentation of the survey results:
Jonas Brunschwig
, Deputy CEO at Swissnex in Boston and New York

Panel:
– Marcel Tanner, President of the Swiss Academy of Arts and Sciences
– Huma Khamis, a science journalist at Radio RTS (Radio Télévision Suisse) for the radio program CQFD  and Vice-President of the Swiss Association of Science Journalism
– Subhra Priyadarshini, Editor in Chief, Nature India

Moderation:
Sebastien Hug, CEO and Consul General Swissnex in India
Dr. Philipp Burkard, Head of Science et Cité

This event will be held in English. More information here.
Registration: send an email to info@akademien-schweiz.ch

More info on the CovidSciCom study here.

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