Published on 16.07.12
CRANN Involvement in ESOF 2012
ESOF 2012 was held in Dublin’s convention centre from the 11th – 15th of July . It is Europe’s largest, general science meeting and is held in a leading Europe city every two years. ESOF is an interdisciplinary, pan-European meeting, held under the auspices of Euroscience, which aims to:
Showcase the latest advances in science and technology;
Promote a dialogue on the role of science and technology in society and public policy;
Stimulate and provoke public interest, excitement and debate about science and technology.
CRANN had the opportunity to showcase our research in a number of different ways over the course of this event, details of which are below:
CRANN had a stand in ESOF main hall- part of SFI’s CSET group. The stand was manned by CRANN staff from 3 - 6.30, 11th, 12 – 3, 13th and 9 – 2 on the 15th.
Prof Jonathan Coleman delivered a lecture on the 12th entitled- “Tiny but mighty: How today's nano-materials will lead to tomorrow's technologies”.
Dr. Silvia Giordani (
@giordanisilvia) spoke on Morning Ireland and Mooney Goes Wild about her research into “smart” medicines”, the 2012 L’Oréal-UNESCO UK & Ireland Women in Science Fellowship and careers for women in science. Dr. Giordani also gave two talks at the careers section of the event:
“Role models for mobility: portraits of women from the Marie Curie Fellowship Association” Careers Section, 13 July 2012 (Invited speaker) and “Engaging in a researcher's career in the 21st century” Careers Section, Dublin, 12 July 2012 (Invited speaker).
Arlene O’Neill featured in an interview with the Irish Times about her role as an Ambassador for ESOF 2012.
Arlene O’Neill and Prof Jonathan Coleman were interviewed for the News at One (RTE radio, July 12th) and discussed ESOF, CRANN research and science communication.
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