Who is involved
The project is coordinated by Ecsite, the European network of science centres and museums, which unites science communication professionals from more than 400 institutions in 50 countries. Ecsite connects member institutions through projects and activities and facilitates the exchange of ideas and best practice on current issues.
European Regions Research and Innovation Network (ERRIN) is a network of more than 90 European regions which facilitates knowledge exchange, joint action and project partnerships between its members with the aim of strengthening their region's research and innovation capacities. ERRIN also aspires to influence EU policies in order to make them respond better to the needs of European regions.
European Science Events Association (Eusea) is the European network for science communication actors mainly via special science events with person-to-person contacts, with various dialogue types and presentation formats. About 100 organisational members exchange their ideas and cooperate in various joint projects.
The Observatory of Science Communication –Universitat Pompeu Fabra is a special research centre studying the various stages of the process of conveying scientific and technological knowledge to society and analysing the relationship between science, media and society. The centre was formed in 1994 with a commitment to being at the forefront of research, teaching and knowledge transfer in the study and analysis of processes involved in the transmission of scientific, medical and technical knowledge to society.