Communication wordcloudHow to communicate science projects properly? To support the interested in getting the best out of their communication activities, the European Commission is organising an event on Science Communication just before the official start of Euro-Science Open Forum (ESOF) in Manchester, UK.

(Image: Cornell University) The meeting will be held on Sunday, 24th July, 2016, from 9.00 till 15.00, at the Manchester Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester (UK). On the occasion, a panel of expert speakers (including journalists from various types of media) will share some tips and advices from their vast experience on how best to communicate science projects for both a lay audience and for specialised press.

The space is limited and so it might has to restrict participation to one person per EU-funded Research & Innovation project. More detailed information on the programme and how to register for this event will follow in the coming weeks.