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REsearch LAbs for TEaching journalist

Luogo: Roma
Data: 12/01/2011
Canale: English
Autori: F. Falconieri, M. Maffioletti
URL Approfondimento: QUI

RE search LAbs for TEaching journalist (RELATE)

These students are visiting the Research Centre ENEA Casaccia, a major complex of research facilities located north of Rome in Italy. They are all studying journalism and come from different countries of the European Union.

At the same time,  other students are having a similar experience in Lausanne, Switzerland,  at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédéral,  and in Turkey in the laboratories run by TÜBITAK, The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey.

 They are all taking part in the RELATE project.

RELATE is offering a one week visit in high-profile research labs across the  European Union to  80 European journalism students who wish to start a career in science communication.
They will get firsthand experience of the life in the lab, collect fresh information and materials to produce a media work on scientific topics that are most relevant in the European research sector.

Throughout their experience, students are encouraged and assisted in publishing their production. While promoting a new dialogue between researchers and media operators, the RELATE project is meant to  produce practical and visible results, as well.

The Project started in 2009 and lasts two years, at the end of which a final workshop will be organised in Brussels with the participation of researchers, journalists, media and European Commission representatives. RELATE is  opening a debate and fostering a new approach to science journalism training, based on a challenging long term cooperation between research institutions and journalism schools.  


RELATE is a project funded by the European Commission under the 7 Framework Programme

Project Coordinator
MINERVA  Consulting & Communication – Belgium

The Project Partners
EJC, The European Journalism Centre – The Netherlands

ENEA, Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and the Environment – Italy

EPFL, Ecole Polytechnique Fédéral de Lausanne – Switzerland

TÜBITAK, The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey - Turkey

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