Webcast: CERN-UN roundtable discussion

Today from 3pm watch the webcast of CERN and UN Geneva's roundtable discussion about the challenges of communicating science

Today at 3pm CET, CERN and UN Geneva are holding a roundtable discussion about the challenges of communicating science.

Watch the webcast live here at 3pm CET

For more details see: https://indico.cern.ch/event/301080/.


Time (pm) Speaker
3.00 – 3.10  Welcome by James Gillies (Head of Communications, CERN)
3.10 – 3.15  Introduction by Corinne Momal Vanian (Director of the United Nations Information Service, UN Geneva)
3.15 – 3.25  More and more science with fewer and fewer scientific journalists by Christophe Ungar (Journalist, Radio Television Suisse Romande)
3.25 – 3.35  The start and the operation of the LHC: a machine under the spotlight by Mirko Pojer (LHC Operations, CERN)
3.35 – 3.45  Technology at the service of the international community by Francesco Pisano (Director of Research, Technology Applications & Knowledge Systems, UNITAR)
3.45 – 3.55  The communication issues in complex and international projects by David Horrigan (Chief Communications Officer, Human Brain Project, EPFL)
3.55 – 4.05  Communicating space science on Earth: ESA's challenges by Fernando Doblas (Head of Communication Department, ESA)
4.05 – 4.15  From Data to Development: Challenges to Telling the ITU Story by Paul Conneally (Head of Corporate Communications, ITU)
4.15 – 4.30  Discussion and questions 15'