In this short video we discuss some of the internal and external communication experimentation we have tried over the four years of the project, which ideas worked best and why, and present a range of communication and dissemination activities the project has engaged in. Advertisements
Last July, two EnEx students attended the EuroScience Open Forum 2018 in Toulouse and presented their Grand Challenges: ESR7 Ruben with his card game ChemiProject and ESR11 Mario with his YouTube channel SassyScience.
Launch of Newco to exploit supercapacitor technology. Sebastian Nufer, PhD student at M-Solv Ltd, supported by Richard Lee of Academatch.
Dissemination of science to the general public and presentation of ESR Ruben Canton-Vitoria’s board game ChemiProject!
Ruben is the Marie Curie ITN Fellow of the Week, March 2018. More information on the #MSCA website!
Manuela Meloni, PhD student at the University of Sussex, participated in the Materials Research Exchange & Investor Showcase (MRE2018) in London. She showed her recent scientific results along with her colleagues in the Materials Physics group.
As part of the Enabling Excellence project the students have an exercise in communication about nanoscience. It is called the Grand Challenge. Three PhD students: Ana Santidrian Garcia, Lorenzo Vallan and Emin Istif chose to communicate nanotechnology and nanoscience to children and high school students.
In Spain or in France, same dedication to science communication! Our students participated in outreach activities while high schoolers visited the labs of ICB-CSIC (Spain) and IMN-CNRS (France).