Communicating Scientific Research 2016, Week 1

CSR2016 is a national PhD course on how to efficiently communicate science and technology to peers, decision makers, and the general public. Join us for free May 9-13 and September 26-30.

Communicating Scientific Research is an intensive 2-week course taught by internationally leading experts, offered by the Simula School of Research and Innovation (SSRI) to students in all PhD programs in Science, Technology, and Medicine associated with Norwegian research institutions. The course will take place at Simula's premises at Fornebu in Bærum, and the number of participants is limited to 60. Postgraduate applicants will be considered subject to available capacity.

For further information and application, you can browse the invitation and read more at www.simula.no/csr2016

09/ May 2016 09.0013.00 13/ May 2016 13.00

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