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Communicating European Research 2005 International Conference
Brussels, 14-15 November 2005

On 14-15 November, the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research will host the second “Communicating European Research” conference. Based on the very positive experiences from the 2004 edition, the event will focus on the manifold aspects of science communication and will provide an excellent forum and meeting place for scientists, communication professionals and journalists. The conference will also take stock of the way towards the Seventh Framework Programme.

Full information may be found on the event website at:

EuroScience Open Forum 2004
25-28 August 2004, Stockholm, Sweden

Academics, policy-makers, politicians and representatives from the media and science-based industries are invited to the EuroScience Open Forum 2004. The event aims to highlight science in Europe: the interplay of science and the humanities, scientific awareness, and science and society.

Full information may be found on the event website at:

Public Communication of Science and Technology
3-6 June 2004, Barcelona, Spain

The Forum Barcelona 2004 Dialogue “Scientific knowledge and cultural diversity” (8th Conference of the International Network on Public Communication of Science and Technology, PCST-8) gathered more than 650 participants from more than 50 different countries from the 5 continents. 341 abstracts from 36 countries were presented.

Full information may be found on the event website at:

Communicating European Research – What's in it for you? 11 & 12 May 2004, Brussels, Belgium

This conference was organised by the European Commission's Directorate-General for Research and coincided with the launch of more than 200 large-scale research projects funded under the EU Sixth Framework Programme’s new instruments: Networks of Excellence and Integrated Projects. Its objective was to promote successful communication on European Research.

Full information about the event may be found at:

Communicating the Future
6-8 March 2002, Gaithersburg, Maryland – USA

Communicating science and technology to the public has become an essential enterprise for research universities, government agencies, science museums, foundations and granting agencies, other non-profit scientific organizations and corporations.

Full information about the event may be found at:


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