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Kurzgesagt on the need for science communication

The newest video by our consortium member Kurzgesagt gives insight into the valuable role of science communication to society, but also into the struggles that the animation studio and other science communicators face every day. Together with Kurzgesagt, we hope this video inspires people to get excited about science! Watch the video
Information you can trust About Us

TRESCA: Information You Can Trust

TRESCA (Trustworthy, Reliable, Engaging Science Communication Approaches) focuses on understanding and developing trust in science and science communication. It concentrates efforts on innovating communication practices between scientific researchers, journalists and policy makers by drawing on the expertise of a diverse set of partners from multidisciplinary backgrounds. Get in touch
Online Course on Science Communication Go to Coursera

Online Course on Science Communication

The TRESCA project is developing a massive open online course (MOOC) to explore how we can respond to the trend that science and facts are being called into question. We will engage with this question directly and to improve current practices of communicating scientific knowledge. The course will be available from 28 February 2022 and will be open to anyone who is interested! More information
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This project was designed with the aim of building long-term impact and creating positive change through engaging with and training stakeholders such as scientists, journalists, policy makers and the public.

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TRESCA’s primary goal is understanding how science communication can help rebuild trust in science and scientific experts.

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Digital devices and services increasingly permeate people’s everyday life, which is why TRESCA relies on visual communications to empower and inform people with knowledge to thrive in today’s digital environment.

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Three key societal developments are at the centre of TRESCA: misinformation and digital safety, environmental health, and automation and the future of skills and work.