How can we process scientific information? Can we discern between real scientific results and fake news? How does the media report scientific results?

The Science for All sub-project of the National Laboratory for Social Innovation (TINLAB) project seeks to answer these questions.

Within the framework of the sub-project, the students of the University of Pannonia participated in a one-day science communication training led by Dr. Judit Sulyok on 12 of April 2024.

During the English-language training, which was held as part of the International Week from 8-12 April, students were given an insight into the current situation and challenges of science communication, and were able to test their knowledge and skills on how to interpret the results of scientific research through practical, playful exercises.

The training was implemented under the project RRF-2.3.1-21-2022-00013 “National Laboratory for Social Innovation”, in the framework of the SzĂ©chenyi Plan Plus programme, with the support of the European Union’s Instrument for Recovery and Resilience.