The Sapienza University of Rome, in collaboration with the National Biodiversity Future Center (NBFC), presents the "Higher Training Course in Museology, Taxonomy and Scientific Communication". This course offers an extraordinary opportunity for natural science, museology and science communication enthusiasts to deepen their understanding in various key fields.
The advanced training course "Museology, Taxonomy and Scientific Communication" aims to achieve objectives in four different areas:
1. Life Sciences, Biodiversity and Genetics: You will explore the richness of life on Earth, including the ecosystem, evolution and the latest developments in genetics.
2. Museology and Digitalisation: you will learn more about the functioning of museums, the conservation of collections and the importance of digitalisation in the contemporary museum world.
3. Scientific Communication and Taxonomy: you will improve scientific communication skills and learn to systematically classify living species.
4. Research, Society and Politics: You will examine the interactions between scientific research, society and politics, enabling you to understand how political decisions are influenced by science and how science itself can be shaped by the needs of society.
• Stefano Papi. Communicator, expert in the field of Museology, known for his role in developing innovative approaches to contemporary museology. His work has innovated museum presentation, incorporating advanced technologies and engaging strategies to educate the public about biodiversity.
• Donatella Magri. Full Professor at Sapienza University of Rome, leading scholar in the field of natural sciences. His scientific contributions include leading important research and environmental conservation projects, with a specific focus on plant biodiversity.
• Antonella Ficorilli. Dr. Ficorilli is a researcher at Sapienza University of Rome and is involved in innovative communication and Philosophy of Science projects with the National Biodiversity Future Center (NBFC).
• Elena Canadelli. Associate Professor in History of Science at the University of Padua. His work includes historical analysis of science museums, exploration of how science is communicated through museum exhibitions, and understanding the intersections of science, culture, and society in the museum setting.
Who is the course aimed at:
The advanced training course is suitable for master's students, doctoral students, professionals and enthusiasts of natural sciences, museology, scientific communication and scientific policy. A three-year degree and a genuine interest in these topics are required.
For further details visit the website https://www.uniroma1.it/it/offerta-formativa/corso-di-alta-formazione/2024/museologia-tassonomia-e-comunicazione
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