Science Communication

SCIENCE COMMUNICATION

 

As an academic, I believe that if we do not communicate our work, it is almost as if we didn’t do it. I’m especially enthusiastic to explain scientific findings to the public and make science as accessible as possible, without compensating its quality.

This is why I initiated Pint of Science Maastricht, together with PhD student Lena Liapi.

 

NEWS

 

My friend Katerina Drakoulaki and I have translated a Frontiers in Young Minds article into the Greek language.

The original article was Emotions and the Brain - Or How to Master the Force and here is the Greek translation.

Openly available on Research Gate here.


Pdf directly downloadable here.

On May 22nd I gave a talk in the first Pint of Science festival in Maastricht!

 

Here are some pictures

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And these were my slides.


Slides with info on Pint of Science Maastricht organisation and volunteer roles.

Katerina Danae KANDYLAKI


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