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Elisabetta Tola has a PhD in Microbiology and an MA in Science Communication at SISSA, Trieste, Italy. She is a lecturer in science communication, multimedia, radio production and in data journalism in various journalism schools and courses.

 She is co-founder of the science communication agency formicablu, in Bologna and Roma, where she coordinates projects exploring cross-media tools in science communication. She has been one of the presenters of the daily science programme Radio3Scienza on RAI Radio 3 since 2005. Elisabetta is currently involved in the production of the weekly science programme PiGreco Party, on air and in podcast since 2004 on Radio Città del Capo, Bologna. 

In 2010, she worked on seismic risk prevention, producing the docu-fiction Non chiamarmi terremoto. Her recent interest include data journalism and communication of agro-biodiversity.

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1st DESIRE Online Discussion Event presentation
The DESIRE (Disseminating Educational Science Innovation & Research in Europe) project’s primary objective is to identify how new project results on methods and practises in science education can reach teachers and schools more efficiently.
We therefore invite science teachers, STEM professionals and project managers of science education, policy-makers, organisers of science events and organisers of activities and expositions in museums (LLP, FP7, Research, mobility and etc.) to tell about their experience in accessing or disseminating tools and methods that have helped know about project results. The sharing of practical experience will help us identify the best practise dissemination models for project results. DESIRE will ensure that more teachers throughout Europe will have access to inspiring methods and tools they can integrate in their teaching practises.

In order to design new models of dissemination, this first event will focus on mapping the current dissemination channels. It will be divided in three days:

DAY 1, July 23rd – Communication Channels: The various media and communication channels from which science communicators receive information on project results.

DAY 2, July 24th - Identify key dissemination challenges: How it is possible to improve dissemination of project results to science communicators?

DAY 3, July 25th - Find the way to a communicator’s attention: What kind of information is important to be communicated when disseminating project results?
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