Sep 8, 2021

Science & You 2021 Conference, 16-19 November, Metz, France

Science communication is a booming and flourishing practice and operates increasingly in a global theatre. This year the University of Lorraine is inviting researchers and practitioners of science communication to come to Metz on 16-19 November 2021 to exchange views and to strengthen their networks. This 3-day meeting shall highlight and discuss the challenges that are arising in different contexts and from communication technology and artificial intelligence. More information about the event here.

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