Protistological science dissemination

Authors: Buonanno, F., Dolan, J.R., Esteban, G.F., Hines, H.N., Kamra, K., Kosakyan, A., Miceli, C., Samaritani, E., Vannini, C. and Warren, A.

Journal: European Journal of Protistology

Volume: 76

eISSN: 1618-0429

ISSN: 0932-4739

DOI: 10.1016/j.ejop.2020.125729

Abstract:

It is rare to meet protistologists who are not passionate about their study subject. The vast majority of people, however, never get the chance to hear about the work of these researchers. Although every researcher working on protists is likely to be aware of this situation, efforts made and tools employed for dissemination of knowledge are rarely documented. Following a proposal by the Italian Society of Protistology, a workshop at the 2019 VIII European Congress of Protistology in Rome, Italy, was dedicated to protistological knowledge dissemination. Through the many interventions, we discovered the diversity of efforts to reveal the protistan world to the general public, including museum exhibitions and activities, public understanding of science events, citizen science projects, specific book publications, the use of protists in teaching at all levels from primary school children to university undergraduate students, and to a global audience via social media. The participation of the workshop delegates in the discussions indicated that presentations on the wonderful world of protists to the public not only increase the visibility and accessibility of protistology research but are also very important for the scientific community. Here we report on some of the key aspects of the presentations given in the dissemination workshop.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/34260/

Source: Scopus

Protistological science dissemination.

Authors: Buonanno, F., Dolan, J.R., Esteban, G.F., Hines, H.N., Kamra, K., Kosakyan, A., Miceli, C., Samaritani, E., Vannini, C. and Warren, A.

Journal: Eur J Protistol

Volume: 76

Pages: 125729

eISSN: 1618-0429

DOI: 10.1016/j.ejop.2020.125729

Abstract:

It is rare to meet protistologists who are not passionate about their study subject. The vast majority of people, however, never get the chance to hear about the work of these researchers. Although every researcher working on protists is likely to be aware of this situation, efforts made and tools employed for dissemination of knowledge are rarely documented. Following a proposal by the Italian Society of Protistology, a workshop at the 2019 VIII European Congress of Protistology in Rome, Italy, was dedicated to protistological knowledge dissemination. Through the many interventions, we discovered the diversity of efforts to reveal the protistan world to the general public, including museum exhibitions and activities, public understanding of science events, citizen science projects, specific book publications, the use of protists in teaching at all levels from primary school children to university undergraduate students, and to a global audience via social media. The participation of the workshop delegates in the discussions indicated that presentations on the wonderful world of protists to the public not only increase the visibility and accessibility of protistology research but are also very important for the scientific community. Here we report on some of the key aspects of the presentations given in the dissemination workshop.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/34260/

Source: PubMed

Protistological science dissemination

Authors: Buonanno, F., Dolan, J.R., Esteban, G.F., Hines, H.N., Kamra, K., Kosakyan, A., Miceli, C., Samaritani, E., Vannini, C. and Warren, A.

Journal: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PROTISTOLOGY

Volume: 76

eISSN: 1618-0429

ISSN: 0932-4739

DOI: 10.1016/j.ejop.2020.125729

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/34260/

Source: Web of Science (Lite)

Protistological Science Dissemination

Authors: Buonanno, F., Dolan, J.R., Esteban, G., Hines, H.N., Kamra, K., Kosaky, A., Miceli, C., Samaritani, E., Vannini, C. and Warren, A.

Journal: European journal of protistology

Publisher: Elsevier

ISSN: 0932-4739

DOI: 10.1016/j.ejop.2020.125729

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/34260/

Source: Manual

Protistological science dissemination.

Authors: Buonanno, F., Dolan, J.R., Esteban, G.F., Hines, H.N., Kamra, K., Kosakyan, A., Miceli, C., Samaritani, E., Vannini, C. and Warren, A.

Journal: European journal of protistology

Volume: 76

Pages: 125729

eISSN: 1618-0429

ISSN: 0932-4739

DOI: 10.1016/j.ejop.2020.125729

Abstract:

It is rare to meet protistologists who are not passionate about their study subject. The vast majority of people, however, never get the chance to hear about the work of these researchers. Although every researcher working on protists is likely to be aware of this situation, efforts made and tools employed for dissemination of knowledge are rarely documented. Following a proposal by the Italian Society of Protistology, a workshop at the 2019 VIII European Congress of Protistology in Rome, Italy, was dedicated to protistological knowledge dissemination. Through the many interventions, we discovered the diversity of efforts to reveal the protistan world to the general public, including museum exhibitions and activities, public understanding of science events, citizen science projects, specific book publications, the use of protists in teaching at all levels from primary school children to university undergraduate students, and to a global audience via social media. The participation of the workshop delegates in the discussions indicated that presentations on the wonderful world of protists to the public not only increase the visibility and accessibility of protistology research but are also very important for the scientific community. Here we report on some of the key aspects of the presentations given in the dissemination workshop.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/34260/

Source: Europe PubMed Central