- Minerva’s training @ SISSA
Katja Legişa , Project Manager at Minerva, held a master class session on science communication and in particular on tips and impacts of EU-funded communication research projects, based on the decennial experience developed in this area at Minerva Communication. The class took place in Trieste (Italy), within the framework of the Master in Science Communications at SISSA , the International School for Advanced Studies that promotes science and knowledge particularly in the areas of Mathematics, Physics and Neurosciences on the 20th of February.
- AMIGA Summer School in Ireland
Minerva is supporting TEAGASC in the organisation of the first Summer School on Environmental Risk Assessment (ERA) of GM crops within the framework of the AMIGA project. The event will focus on the impact of GMOs in European crops, and will be held in Oak Park, Carlow, Ireland, at Teagasc Crops Research, 2-5 September 2014.
- Communicating Food Science in Paris
The Media training “Communicating food Science” will be at the AgroParisTech, 6 February 2014, Paris (France).
The seminar will offer coaching on how to deal successfully with the media, and will provide hands on exercises with the hints and tips from a senior journalist.
- Minerva @ INTCESS14
Minerva participates at the INTCESS14-International Conference on Education and Social Sciences, 3-4 February 2014, Istanbul (Turkey)
Join us for the session “Communicating science research: Learn to understand the media & tell your science story” organised within the framework of the MAITRE project.