Science Communication Workshop Series 2023


The EUGLOHRIA project, funded by the European Commission through the Science with and for Society (Swafs) programme of Horizon 2020, intends to strengthen the EUGLOH Alliance (European University Alliance for Global Health) in the research and innovation dimensions. The Consortium is composed of five European Universities: the Université Paris-Saclay (France), Lund University (Sweden), University of Szeged (Hungary), University of Porto (Portugal) and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (Germany).


Given the complex global challenges we currently face, science communication is becoming increasingly important. The Science Communication Workshop in the Science Communication Lab (SCL) of the Deutsches Museum provides theoretical principles of science communication and practical skills that help scientists and students translate their research topic into new communication formats and thus make it accessible to a broader public.

Participants will directly apply what they have learned in small exercises during the workshop and undergo a rapid prototyping phase in small groups at the end of the workshop. As a possible next step, participants will have the opportunity to use the SCL as a communication forum and present their research in an experimental setting to a wider audience in the future.


Online and interactive.