This June, we kicked off our Tuesday’s MSCL Colloquiums series – an open place for discussion and academic reflection on science communication and planetary health. The aim is to have an open space for intellectual thought and reflection on this multidisciplinary topic for the community, students, and practitioners.
For more information about future and past colloquiums, click here.
Communicating Planetary Health
Our current research aims at understanding public communication about planetary health. Find out more about this important and dynamic transdiciplinary field in the report of The Rockefeller Foundation–Lancet Commission on planetary health.
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The Munich Science Communication Lab (MSCL) is a non-profit joint initiative of scientists and science communicators that aims at bringing together research about and practice of science communication.
The MSCL is hosted by the Department of Media and Communication at LMU Munich. The Munich Science Communication Lab is jointly led by Executive Director Dr. Bernhard Goodwin and Research Director Dr. Julia Serong.
The Munich Science Communication Lab is a joint initiative by:
- Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU)
- Deutsches Museum
- BIOTOPIA Naturkundemuseum Bayern
- Helmholtz Munich – German Research Center for Environmental Health
- MEDIASCHOOL Bayern
- Technische Universität München (TUM)
The Munich Science Communication Lab is supported by
- Deutsche Allianz Klimawandel und Gesundheit (KLUG)
- Deutsche Journalistenschule (DJS)
- Global Health Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- City of Munich / Department of Arts and Culture
- London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine