O professor Bernardo Gontijo (GIPE/GAIA/UFMG) apresentou o trabalho intitulado: "Gaia Project Centre – An experience report on science communication about the biosphere research of Espinhaço Mountains Range" no XIV Public Communication of Science and Technology (PCST) Conference, na Turquia, e teve o trabalho selecionado como um dos 10 melhores!
Parabéns a equipe GAIA. Fruto de 5 anos de existência!!!!
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Following 10 posters have been selected for a 3 minute talk on April 26 at 4.30 pm. The presenters of selected three ‘best in show’ posters will be given free registration for the PCST 2018 conference in Dunedin, New Zealand.
This session will be held in the Ballroom” as we would like to encourage as many people as possible to attend.
The order of speakers will be as follows:
Guoyan Wang, China – Einstein versus Newton: the historical influence of great scientists on big data analysis
Anton Binneman, South Africa – The quality of science communication in South Africa through the media 2014-2015
Anne Land-Zandstra, Netherlands – Objective-centred learning in science museums, a systematic view of the literature
Sarah Duit, Austria – Water @ school – engaging young students in a research project
Robert Inglis, South Africa – Agent Zee – Role modelling agency by women in science
Gokhan Kaya, Turkey – STEM and Makers FEST – Expo for public engagement
Bernardo Gontijo, Brazil – Gaia Project Centre – An experience report on science communication about the biosphere research of ESPINHACO Mountains Range
Joana Lobo Antunes, Portugal – Improving social media skills for scientists and institutions in Portugal
Ben Creagh, Australia – Tools and tactics of elective science communication in an issues rich environment
Sofia Otero, Chile – Science, art and online merge to disseminate Chile’s hottest heritage