The program for the ecsite conference 2011 has been published! As can be expected most of the lectures and workshops are dealing with science museums, but there are various other science communication topics adressed as well. Have a look at the program, and find out which day of the conference you find most appealing. As the board has not decided yet which day we will visit the conference, we will...Read more
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The 24th of February InterSECtion will organize an excursion to the ministry of Economical affairs, Agriculture and Innovation in The Hague. The subject of the excursion will be a project called Bio Based Economy. This is an initiative that wants to bring science, technology and industry together in order to speed-up the transition to bio-based energy. The excursion is...Read more
First of all the InterSECtion board would like to wish you a Happy New Year! We look forward to 2011; a year full of new exciting InterSECtion activities. Also we would like to thank all of you for your support and enthusiasm in 2010 It has been a little over 3 months now that Pat, Melvin and myself started as the 3rd board of InterSECtion. After the board change halfway September,...Read more
Who says watching television is bad for people's intellectual development? Last night, a Dutch daily talkshow called 'De Wereld Draait Door' covered the discovery of the Keppler 10-b. Given the nature of this programme, which is to provide background information on various news subjects for a broad audience, there is a need to simplify scientific subjects. Simplifying this astronomical subject, which is in the nature of Science Communication, was clearly...Read more
On January 17th, the 2nd National Science Communication Student Conference will be held in Utrecht. Science Communicaiton students from several universities (Utrecht, Delft, Groningen, Nijmegen, Leiden, Amsterdam & Twente) are invited to an afternoon with inspiring stories and experiences from students and alumni. Furthermore, Christine Critchley, a researcher from Swinburne University, will share insights on public reaction to science and emerging technologies. Admission to the conference is free. Lunch and drinks are included....Read more
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