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The PCST Network has published the Call for Proposals for its 4 - 6 April 2018 conference in Dunedin, New Zealand. The full text of the Call is posted at the network web site, www.pcst.co <http://www.pcst.co/> 

The overall conference theme is Science, Stories and Society – the Soul of Science Communication, and the Call for Proposals presents this in a series of sub-themes. Proposals should address at least one of these.


The conference is open to presentations in many different formats, including panel discussions and grouped papers (e.g. papers that come from a shared project or a collaboration network). 

The final deadline for proposals is 1 October 2017.


Further details of the conference programme, including invited speakers, will be published over the coming months at www.www.pcst.co <http://www.pcst.co/> and the conference web site, www.pcst2018.org <http://www.pcst2018.org/>
So, to all who are involved in or interested in the practices and policies of science communication, or research and education or training in this field, it is time to sharpen your ideas and prepare them for presentation at the global conference on science communication.





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