Hannah Critchlow on Science Communication
- Thursday 15 February 2024
Pieter de la Court
2333 AK Leiden
It is important to share scientific knowledge in an understandable way with a wide audience. There are various ways to do this, such as books, TV programmes, podcasts, exhibitions and lectures.
Renowned neuroscientist Hannah Critchlow from Cambridge University explains from her practical experience how scientific research can be popularised. You will gain more insight into the field of science communication.
This lecture is especially for students, PhD students and other interested people.
About Hannah Critchlow
Hannah Critchlow is a renowned neuroscientist at Cambridge University, passionate about unraveling the mysteries of the human brain on radio, TV, and at festivals.
She has presented on BBC, authored bestsellers, and received acclaim for science engagement, including being named a 'Rising Star in Life Sciences' by Nature.
How our brains shape our destiny | Hannah Critchlow | TEDxExeter
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