Jason Palmer: how the science media work, and how to work with them?

You are welcomed to a public lecture in science communication by The Economist science writer Jason Palmer. Lecture is focused to early-stage researchers and is taking place in Tartu University main building assembly hall during 13th October 11.00-12.15

Jason Palmer (The Economist): "This lecture and discussion is aimed at Estonian early-stage researchers, revealing how research makes it into the media, what pitfalls working with the media presents and how to ensure that research science is presented in the fairest and most accurate way." 

Jason Palmer is co-editor of Espresso, The Economist’s daily morning-briefing app. He joined The Economist as a science and technology correspondent in 2014, after a year-long stint as a Knight Science Journalism Fellow at MIT. Prior to that, he spent five years as Science and Technology Reporter for the BBC. He is a former condensed-matter physicist, with a PhD from Imperial College London.

Lecture is in English.

Please register yourself to lecture here: http://www.ut.ee/et/jason-palmeri-loengule-registreerumise-vorm

Additional information: Randel Kreitsberg, TÜ Senior Research Communication Specialist, 522 9383, randel.kreitsberg@ut.ee