A solid understanding of science is an essential tool for people to be able to make informed choices on key topics such as climate change, energy, food or health. A public conversation on these issues must be built on facts and respond to citizens’ concerns. Curating such a healthy public discussion of scientific issues means empowering scientists, authorities, communicators, and the public to engage in meaningful dialogue. This Results Pack on science communication showcases eight innovative projects working towards this goal.
Authors: Community Research and Development Information Service (CORDIS)
Date of publication: 22 November 2022
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