The United Nations University will be hosting another talk, titled “The Importance of Science Curation and Communication,” a conversation with Dr. Magdalena Skipper, Editor in Chief of Nature. She will speak about the issue of trust in scientific findings in the age of climate change denial and questionable information promulgated about the dangers of vaccinations. She will attempt to answer the questions: “What duties do researchers bear in communicating their findings?” and “How can journalists, publishers, and editors help to demonstrate the robustness of science and the scientific method?”
Register for the talk at: https://unu.edu/events/upcoming/ .
EVENT: Lecture on “The Importance of Science Curation and Communication”
WHEN: Wednesday, April 3, 2019
SCHEDULE: From 18:30 to 19:30 — A buffet will follow
WHERE: United Nations University (Across street from Aoyama campus of AGU Click here.
LANGUAGE: This event will be in English only; Japanese interpretation will not be provided. Advance registration (by 3 April 2019) is required.
TARGET AUDIENCE: Anyone who cares about peace, the world, and how to maintain a peaceful world.