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POIESIS at Germany’s biggest Science communication Forum

POIESIS has been present at the Forum Wissenschaftskommunikation 2023, the biggest science communication conference in Germany, held this year in Bielefeld. Anne-Sophie Behm-Bahtat (Wissenschaft im Dialog) presented the project in a session with two other research projects with a focus on trust in science, science communication and also the context [...]


Another step forward for POIESIS

The 1st Review Meeting was a huge boost for POIESIS efforts The latest POIESIS Review Meeting was held on 7 November in Paris, a day after the Executive Board meeting. The valuable comments received, on our progress over the first year of the project, will aid us apply the work [...]


POIESIS Executive Board meeting in Paris

The latest Executive Board Meeting of the POIESIS Project was held in Paris last Monday, 6 November 2023. There were some interesting and fruitful discussions about our latest progress and the tasks at hand, especially with engagement activities, such as Focus Groups and Expert Interviews on our doorstep. We are [...]


POIESIS on the spotlight!

We are proud to announce that POIESIS was included in an article published in the European Research Executive Agency (REA) website. POIESIS efforts to tackle societal mistrust in science gained further more recognition with its inclusion along with  CDE4Peace,  CROWD4SDG, EL-CSID and our sister projects IANUS and VERITY in an article of [...]


A wonderful journey comes to an end

But it's only just the start for the POIESIS engagement activities! The journey of the POIESIS Public Deliberative Workshops came to an end with the submission of their findings. 7 public discussions were conducted in 7 different European countries from May till July. More than 150 people of different social [...]


Last Stop: Paris!

The European journey of the POIESIS Public Deliberative Workshops ended last Friday (July 7th) in Paris The Workshop was held at the Maison de la recherche of the Sorbonne University. The organization and recording were partly handled by n-clique, a company set up by former students from the Sociology department [...]

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