From 4-6 September 2012, I attended the Journées Hubert Curien de la Culture Scientifique et Technique, an international conference on science communication, in Nancy, France.
Today began with a double double espresso and a talk by Ulrike Felt. It’s a good way to start the day.Dr. Felt is a professor of sociology at the University of Vienna (Austria) and presented on the effects of storytelling in science.
The International Conference on Science Communication kicks off today in Nancy, France. Named after the famed French physicist Hubert Curien, “the Journées Hubert Curien de la Culture Scientifique et Technique,” expects more than 600 participants from 67 countries, according to the press release issued last week.Tonight’s activities begin with a cocktail reception at 6 p.m.