Do you want to spark curiosity about science? Do you want to interest others in your research by engaging them in hands-on, minds-on activities? How can you tailor the communication of your own research project to diverse target groups in view of age, gender, educational, social and cultural background?
Scientists are more and more involved in communicating research to various audiences at various occasions. In this two-day workshop early-stage researchers in the natural sciences can get to know, deepen and reflect objectives and concepts of interactive science communication. You can try out practical methods such as experiments, games and tinkering. You can gain an insight into good practice examples of interactive science communication including the dialogue with migrants and refugees.