Science, what is Science? Why march for Science?
Even though we are sometimes not aware, our day to day would not be the same without science. The technology we use, our food, a pill for a headache, a trip, the
22 abril 2017: March for Science
El próximo día 22 de abril, Día de la Tierra, se celebrarán marchas de apoyo a la ciencia en más de 400 ciudades de todo el mundo.
La iniciativa surgió en Estados Unidos como
The primary aim of a congress is not that people come to listen and learn, but to create a space of mutual learning and encounter, and provide opportunities for new ideas to be born.
The Spanish Congress of Scientific Entrepreneurs had
Scientists Dating Forum held an event about Women in Science last Thursday, 16th February, at ArteSants bar (Barcelona)
Three speakers were invited to talk about the role of women in science. Then, all attendees worked in groups on different case
The first SciDF4Fun mixes science with arts in our last event of 2016
On 14th December, the Scientists Dating Forum launched its new pillar, SciDF4Fun, with a performance by Crisal Rodriguez that combined science, poetry, dance and music at bar
On the occasion of the conference celebrating 20 years MSCA (28/11/2016, Brussels), Yoran Beldengrün, President of Scientists Dating Forum, formed part of a panel about the future of researcher’s training in Europe.
On 28 November 2016, the European Commission
The Scientists Dating Forum celebrated an event linking science and society in a relaxed environment for the first time
‘How democratic should science be?’ was the question that opened the first SciDF’s public event. In the evening of the 26th
The Scientists Dating Forum led a workshop on creating an elevator pitch in the 6th edition of the Campus Gutenberg
On 12th September, the Communication Team of Scientists Dating Forum (SciDF) participated in the Campus Gutenberg, a congress devoted to
The Scientists Dating Forum offered two informal lunch-time seminars on misread press releases and bottom-up movements
The 1st Conference on Social Impact of Science (SIS2016) provided a framework where different actors from various fields discussed the existing good practices, as well
The Scientists Dating Forum led two seminars on misread press releases and bottom-up movements at the 1st Conference on Social Impact of Science
On 25-29th July 2016 the 1st Conference on Social Impact of Science (SIS2016) was held in Barcelona.