How does science speak? On the occasion of its focus weeks on science communication, the Ocean Summit together with GEOMAR invited to the panel "How does science speak?" on May 3, 2022. Guests were science communicators Inga Marie Ramcke (Plötzlich Wissen!), Karin Lochte (UN Ocean Decade), Frederike Tirre (Center for Ocean and Society) and Sarah-Marie Kröger (GEOMAR).
Moderated by Yasmin Appelhans, herself a marine scientist and freelance science journalist, a conversation took place on opportunities, challenges and forms of communication in marine and climate sciences. The roundtable was held at GEOMAR Westufer and also recorded by Ocean Summit.
The panel from left to right: Yasmin Appelhans (moderator), Frederike Tirre (Center for Ocean and Society), Sarah-Marie Kröger (GEOMAR), Karin Lochte (UN Ocean Decade) and Inga Marie Ramcke (Suddenly Knowledge!).
In the following post you will find the video recording of the entire panel, the video with more WissKomm perspectives from science, business and politics, a video with audience questions and a picture gallery.
VIDEO 1: PODIUM - HOW DOES SCIENCE SPEAK?
00:00 Introductory input: women actors from science, politics and business about WissKomm
07:24 Start of the panel, introduction of guests and question: why is WissKomm important to you?
21:16 Karin Lochte: The UN Ocean Decade
26:14 Sarah-Marie Kröger: Documentation of research cruises
31:30 Frederike Tirre: GoJelly, exhibitions and outreach measures
43:10 Inga Marie Ramcke: Suddenly Knowledge! / children's books
55:00 Ways into science communication
01:17:44 Needs for improvement in science communication01:31:30 Closing round
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