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Virtueller Science Media Lunch @ SMC Germany

Science Media Center Germany, con gressa | Volker Stollorz, Anja Martini, Pia Heinemann, Günter M. Ziegler, Clemens Wendtner

Science Meets Journalism

Wie gelingt die Zusammenarbeit zwischen Wissenschaft und Journalismus? Wo gibt es Reibungszonen? Wo gibt es Verbesserungsbedarf? Beim Science Media Lunch diskutieren Journalist*innen mit Wissenschaftsvertreter*innen, warum guter Journalismus über Wissenschaft wichtiger ist denn je und wie das Science Media Center hilft, beide Welt in Kontakt zu bringen, wenn Wissenschaft öffentlich relevant wird.

Im Anschluss an ein Panel laden wir in virtuellen Breakout-Räumen dazu ein, zusammen mit Expert*innen tiefer in die Thematik einzusteigen. In einem Raum können sich Teilnehmende über die Arbeit des Science Media Center informieren. In einem anderen Raum geht es um Wissenschaftskommunikation außerhalb des Journalismus. Auf persönliche Einladung des SMC treffen Spitzenforschende, Wissenschaftsjournalist*innen und Fachredakteur*innen des SMC in einem geschlossenen Raum aufeinander – zu einem „Meet the Editor“-Format.

Die Veranstaltung ist nach Anmeldung öffentlich zugänglich.

Den Lunch realisieren wir in Kooperation mit der Wissenschaftskommunikationsagentur con gressa in einem interaktiven und intuitiven digitalen Networking-Tool, Sie dürfen gespannt sein!

ÖFFENTLICHE DISKUSSION PER LIVESTREAM. BITTE ANMELDEN.

Dies ist ein digitales Event. Die Teilnahme ist kostenlos. Die Veranstaltung richtet sich an interessierte Forschende. Bitte melden Sie sich bis zum 08. November hier an. Der Zugang zur Veranstaltung wird kurz vor Veranstaltung per E-Mail durch die Organisation zur Verfügung gestellt.

Volker Stollorz

Science Media Center Germany

Volker Stollorz is the managing director of SMC. A passionate science journalist, he has been reporting at the sometimes difficult interface between science and society. He is a long-standing member of the Association of German Science Journalists (WPK) and is involved in ‘Netzwerk Recherche’ and ‘Siggener Kreis’.

Anja Martini

Tagesschau

While studying to become an orchestral musician, Anja Martini worked as a reporter for public radio. After graduating, she had to decide: orchestra or journalism. It became journalism – for many years she worked as a presenter and reporter simultaneously for radio and television with a focus on news.

After several years as an editor and planner for Tagesschau and Tagesthemen, she is now responsible for science topics at Tagesschau. 

Pia Heinemann

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

After studying biology, Pia Heinemann learned the craft of journalism at the University of Mainz, where she was a research assistant at the Journalism Seminar of the Institute of Journalism from 2000 to 2006. She received her doctorate in 2006 with a thesis on publishing strategies of science magazines. In addition, she published articles as a freelance journalist in various newspapers and magazines. In 2007, she started work as science editor for “Welt”/”Welt am Sonntag”. In 2010, she became deputy head of department, and in 2018, head of the “Ressort Wissen”. She has been awarded several prizes for her journalistic work, including the “Wächterpreis” of the German daily press. Since September 2022, she has been an editor in “Nature & Science”, of the F.A.Z. and F.A.S.

Günter M. Ziegler

Freie Universität Berlin

He started his studies at LMU Munich. He received his PhD in Mathematics at M.I.T. in 1987. Since 1995, he has been a Professor of Mathematics at Technische Universität Berlin, and then from 2011 at The Freie Universität Berlin, where since 2018 he has served as the President.

He is a member of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, of the German National Academy Leopoldina, and of the German Academy of Engineering Sciences acatech. He has received numerous awards,including a DFG Leibniz prize, an ERC Advanced Grant, the CommunicatorAward, and the Berlin Science Prize of the Governing Mayor of Berlin. Photo credit: Bernd Wannenmacher

Clemens Wendtner

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) Munich

Clemens Wendtner is a Professor of Medicine and Chief Physician at Munich Clinic Schwabing, an academic hospital of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) Munich. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he has treated the first German patients with COVID-19 in his centre and acted as consultant for the National Academy of Sciences (Leopoldina) and the Federal as well as the Bavarian Ministry of Health. As a researcher he has published more than 200 articles in peer-reviewed journals including NEJM, Cell, Nature, Lancet, Blood, and others. Since 2019, he is Deputy Director of the Scientific Ethics committee of LMU.

He is a Scientific Expert in the SMC Data Base and participated in many SMC Briefings, Rapid Reactions and Research in Context for registered journalists.

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