The tension between science and democracy, health and data visualization

When and where   22nd of June, Natural History Museum in Bern


For the 11th edition of ScienceComm and its programme design, not only current events were decisive, but also the location: We were guests at the Museum of Natural History in Bern in the middle of the newly developing Museumsquartier. This was the inspiration for the ScienceComm supporting program. Our topics were geared to the current situation and shed light on health communication and the importance of visualizations; in panels we have discussed the major debates about our democracy and the understanding of (transformative) science.

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