Free communications training for researchers
European researchers who want to tell the general public about their work, why it is important and what the latest results mean, can benefit from specialised training on offer from CommNet. On 1-3 October 2013, CommNet is holding its next ‘CommNet Communications Course’ covering strategic communications planning and practical techniques. This is a side event to the EFIB – The European Forum of Industrial Biotechnoloy, addressing more than 10 000 professionals from the sector.
CommNet’s activities are all centred on communicating the results of European bioeconomy research to European citizens. They form part of the CommFABnet FP7 project, which is dedicated to improving the dissemination of research results as well as researchers’ communication abilities.
The free-of-charge training course will be held on 1-3 October 2013 in Brussels, Belgium, following on from CommNet’s Bioeconomy Forum.
Register for the course on the CommNet website.