Science, society and why it is important to communicate that at Lindau

Young researchers and Nobel Laureates are trained to deal in complexity inside the world of science. But what responsibility do scientists and researchers have to explain what they are working on, and what they believe in to people outside science? Do scientists, as members of the society, have an obligation to communicate what they do more effectively to the non-scientific world? Video Diarist Casey Schwartz of the USA wanted to find out at Lindau.

Beatrice Lugger

About Beatrice Lugger

Beatrice Lugger is a science journalist and science social media specialist with a background as a chemist. She is Deputy Scientific Director of the National Institute for Science Communication, NaWik – nawik.de – and a consultant for this blog. @BLugger is her twitter handle, Quantensprung her own blog.

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