Posts tagged with "SciComm"

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 📣

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 🚀

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 🤓

The fabulous world of symmetries
News · 31 March 2022
What do snowflakes & snail shells have in common? They exhibit symmetries - and so do the laws of nature! German physics podcast Sag mal du als Physiker invited me to join them for an episode where symmetries lead us to one of the most elegant theorems in theoretical physics ❄️

Einsteinian Physics on ABC radio
News · 30 November 2021
The Science Show on ABC featured a short radio piece on Einstein-First and our book "Teaching Einsteinian physics in schools". We discuss the role of educational research and how Einsteinian physics can greatly motivate students. Give the show a listen!

Interview with EduINAF
News · 11 October 2021
How do I combine my love for physics & science communication in my research? What does physics education research actually look like? And why does Einsteinian physics motivate students? Claudia Mignone interviewed me about all things relativity, education & creativity for EduINAF 🚀

The Future of Science Communication
News · 09 September 2021
I feel happy and honoured that I was one of 50 early career researchers who participated at the International Summer School Communicating Science. The future of science communication looks bright!

Runner-up for New Philosopher
News · 24 August 2021
chose my piece "Spaces without and within" as the runner-up for their writers' award Slightly smiling face Check out the upcoming issue to find my musings on space & how space enables and restricts our abilities to make sense of the cosmos Woman astronaut

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