Posts tagged with "SciComm"

Podcast: the theory of everything
News · 14 March 2024
Even Indiana Jones might feel a twinge of jealousy! Alongside the team from Sag mal du als Physiker, I embarked on a quest for the holy grail of physics - the legendary theory of everything. If you're a German speaker, tune into the episode 🤠

December 2023 Newsletter
Newsletter archive · 21 December 2023
In this December issue, I explore what good science education looks like and how it's transforming classrooms in Denmark and across the world. You'll get an insider's look at one of our STEM teacher courses; there is a reflection on the future of physics education and a podcast on interpreting quantum physics. As we wrap up this exciting and challenging year, I invite you to join me in envisioning an even brighter future for science education in 2024.

A cubist painting of a person pondering quantum physics
News · 14 December 2023
What do you think about the different interpretations of quantum physics? And which one is your favourite? This is a deeply personal, sometimes delicate issue among physicists – and one that I explore in the latest episode of "Sag mal du als Physiker".

From the cosmos to the classroom
News · 08 November 2023
How do science education, science communication, and public outreach intersect and overlap? And how do our evolving education and communication practices affect our understanding of science and its place in society? Together with Urban Eriksson, I wrote a feature for CERN Courier reflecting on these questions 📣

September 2023 Newsletter
Newsletter archive · 27 September 2023
In this autumnal edition, I reflect on the essence of a summer filled with conferences and reunions. The highlight? Hosting the ESERA SIG6 Meeting in Copenhagen, a gathering focused on the interplay between languages and literacies in science education. Discover how you can join our open monthly journal clubs and contribute to the discourse on science education. Also, don't miss updates on new projects like City-Lab: Galileo and the latest research in VR-based astronomy education.

City-Lab: Galileo
News · 27 August 2023
Introducing “City-Lab: Galileo”, a podcast project merging theatre with astrophysics, all set against the backdrop of Bertolt Brecht's play “Life of Galileo”. Tune into our kick-off episode with former Head of Science at NASA, Thomas Zurbuchen 🚀

May 2023 Newsletter
Newsletter archive · 16 May 2023
The May 2023 issue takes you on an adventure from cozy home offices to a real-life meeting in Sweden. It's a tale of how Zoom turned into an international collaboration, leading to a published paper that's not just any paper - it's a dialogue between different academic traditions! Plus, we'll dive into the nitty-gritty of embodied cognition, share hot-off-the-press research, and embark on a quantum quest in modern physics education.

Podcast: physics in the classroom
News · 07 May 2023
Many have rather bad memories of their physics classes in school. But why? Is it the subject, the curricula or maybe the teaching methods? And what can we do to change that? I joined German podcast "Sag mal du als Physiker" to discuss physics education in schools 🎙

Bohr, Einstein and the quest for our quantum reality
News · 07 May 2023
What are the links between quantum physics and our understanding of reality? I welcomed Michael, Johannes, and Jens from the German physics podcast "Sag mal du als Physiker" in Copenhagen, the birthplace of Niels Bohr. Tune in to our episode 🤓

Why Can't You Escape a Black Hole?
News · 26 April 2022
Black holes sound like objects from a science fiction story! Matteo Luca Ruggiero and I wrote an explainer that was reviewed and edited by kids via Frontier for Young Minds. How cool is that? Please share with the kids in your life and let us know what you think 🤓

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