The roundtable "New Forms of Scientific Journalism and the CEPID NeuroMat Work" will discuss renewed means of disseminating science and science-oriented journalism produced in Brazil, on the 25th of September, from 6:30 PM to 10 PM, at the Cásper Líbero School of Journalism, in São Paulo. This event is organized by NeuroMat's Coordination of Scientific Dissemination –NeuroMat is a research center created in 2013 at USP and funded by FAPESP, aiming to integrate mathematical modelling and neuroscience.
Admittance is free; prior inscription is necessary and may be done by email (email@example.com), informing name, ID and institutional affiliation. Successful inscriptions will be confirmed via email as well.
A formal invitation to this event is available here, in Portuguese.
The roundtable will bring together renowned scientists, communications researchers, journalists, and enthusiasts of the subject. Key speakers are:
This event is sponsored by the team of scientific diffusion of the CEPID NeuroMat, which has among its main objectives:
(1) To give visibility to research and technological transfer developed by NeuroMat.
(2) To harness advances in neuromatemathics to develop creative ways to foster scientific knowledge among specialized and general audiences.
(3) To develop new languages and scientific-communication tools.
(4) To contribute to the multiplication of scientific disseminators.Organization: NeuroMat's Coordination of Scientific Dissemination Dulcilia Buitoni João Alexandre Peschanski Collaboration:
Research Group of Communication and Visual Culture of the Master Program at the Cásper Líbero School of JournalismSupport: FAPESP Key Facts New Forms of Scientific Journalism and the CEPID NeuroMat Work
Venue: Sala Aloysio Biondi – 5th floor - Faculdade Cásper Líbero.
Address: Avenida Paulista, 900, Bela Vista, São Paulo (SP). Near Brigadeiro subway station (Green Line).
Date & Time: 9/25, Thursday, 6:30PM to 10PM.
Registration: Free. Just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with name, ID and institutional affiliation, and await confirmation.
Expected audience: Researchers, graduate and undergraduate students, and general public interested in scientific communication and science.
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