The last ITI Talk of 2022 will feature a special guest. On December 16, we will hear Joana Lobo Antunes talk about science communication and why it matters to researchers.
During this talk, Lisbon and Funchal’s Interactive Technologies Institute community will hear about the importance of communicating science. Our guest speaker will point out some reasons researchers should be involved in sharing their research. We will hear about the best practices for disseminating research to non-expert audiences and how to better interact with other stakeholders.
Joana Lobo Antunes is the Head of Communication at Instituto Superior Técnico; lecturer in Science Communication and Social Media for Scientists, FCSH NOVA and Universidade Nova de Lisboa Doctoral School; coordinator of science radio show 90 Segundos de Ciência (since 2017), multimedia program Explica-me como se tivesse cinco anos (since 2020) and science podcast 110 histórias | 110 Objetos (since 2021).
She is the former Head of Communications at ITQB NOVA (2016-2019) former Director at Centro Ciência Viva de Sintra (2014-2016), and a former researcher in the Promotion and Administration of Science and Technology (2012-2015). Joana Lobo Antunes is one of the founders and former President of the Portuguese Science Communicators Network SciComPT.
This is the first ITI Talks event at our new Lisbon facilities at Hub Criativo do Beato. The Interactive Technology Institute has recently moved to a new open-space lab, as the team has grown significantly in the past few months.