Dissemination and communication
It is today clear that “making good science” means also sharing the results with different communities. This approach is expected to generate new ideas and, from ideas, new data. Dissemination within the scientific community is mandatory; it helps the establishment of non-competitive platforms where complementary expertise work on the development of solutions for common and societal needs. The ability to communicate scientific strategies and data to a wide audience like stakeholders, students, citizens and policy makers completes the picture. A society aware of what science can (and cannot) obtain is expected to enjoy scientific achievements but also to support those investments that are required to eventually reach innovative results. Within society potential new scientists are growing and a well-done scientific communication can help recruiting future investigators.
ExpoSEED has a specific plan to disseminate and communicate approaches and results, our website and meetings represent the main vectors for communication. Feel free to contact us to better explore our project.
Alan Alda: The Art of Science Communication