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Event Archives - TRANSFORM

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5 – 8 October 2022

Berlin, Germany

The ECSA Conference 2022 will be held from October 5-8 in Berlin, Germany, brining together researchers from all disciplines, scientists, practitioners, activists, funders, policymakers, non-governmental organisations, artists, and other interested citizens worldwide to reflect, discuss, and network on the topic of Citizen Science for Planetary Health.

TRANSFORM AT ECSA 2022 exhibition

Waste pilot

Join TRANSFORM’s interactive workshop 

Towards an engaged, inclusive and responsible science communication

THURSDAY,  6 October 2022  I  16:15 – 17:45

Organised by the Catalan Cluster, Diana Reinoso (Science for Change), TRANSFORM Project Manager will introduce the activities and results of the waste citizen science pilot. Drawing on this, participants will be invited to design their implementation plan for innovative waste systems in an imaginary city, taking on a specific role (different profiles of citizens and city council technicians), play the game, visualise data and, based on the results obtained, make a decision on which plan and strategies to follow to increase the percentage of selective collection in their city.


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13 October 2022  I 19:00 – 20:30

Online

TRANSFORM is joining forces with FEMaLe project to organise a webinar

 

First-person experiences of endometriosis

Participatory research, needs and recommendations of people with endometriosis. 

THURSDAY  13 October 2022  I 19:00 – 20:30 

TRANSFORM’s Catalan cluster leads a citizen science pilot project on endometriosis with the aim of involving the patient and co-creating recommendations for the improvement of healthcare services.

In this webinar, Diana Reinoso and Nora Salas Seoane from Science of Change will present the methodology, co-creation and participatory activities involving patients, as well as the challenges encountered and how they overcame them. The research results will be presented along with recommendations for improving healthcare services for people suffering from endometriosis and influencing policy.

The webinar will be led by Ulrik Bak Kirk, FEMaLe Project Coordinator.

FEMaLe – Finding Endometriosis using Machine Learning is a Horizon2020 project with focus on improving diagnosis, prevention and care in endometriosis via machine learning and artificial intelligence.

FEMaLe TRANSFORM webinar - Endometriosis pilot

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13 – 16 July 2022

Leiden, the Netherlands

The 10th edition of ESOF will take place this year, in the European City of Science 2022, Leiden, in the Netherlands from 13 July to 16 July 2022. 

The main theme of the 10th edition of ESOF2022 is Crossing Borders, Engaged Science, Resilient Societies.  

The theme is all about unity and bridging gaps, bringing together stakeholders of science and society from all over the world to cross knowledge and geographical borders and come together to discuss, adapt, and collaborate on innovative and timely interventions needed to solve the challenges we are facing today.

ESOF2022 is a hybrid conference with many ways to participate –  onsite, in the beautiful city of Leiden, and/or online through the virtual conference platform/mobile app.

ESOF aims to:

  • foster dialogue on science, technology, innovation, policy, and society 
  • offer a platform for cross-disciplinary interaction and exchange. 
  • present cutting-edge scientific and technological developments in all scientific areas, including natural and medical sciences, life sciences, physical sciences, social sciences and humanities. 
  • offer valuable opportunities for early-career researchers, including networking and career advice.

Dive into a very exciting full 4-day programme with 100+ sessions, workshops, lectures and an on-site and online exhibition. 

TRANSFORM AT ESOF 2022 exhibition

Towards an engaged, inclusive and responsible science communication

THURSDAY,  14 July 2022  I 12:45 – 13:45

The ESOF 2022 exhibition will host 75 live Poster presentations with Q&A during the lunch break at the Pieterskerk venue. All the presenters will be on hand to answer questions as well. Join us at the session dedicated to Freedom and Responsibility of Science’. 

Angela Simone, TRANSFORM Project Coordinator, will present a poster “Towards an engaged, inclusive and responsible science communication” jointly prepared by the TRANSFORM project, ENJOI project and MOSAIC project. 

The physical posters will be accessible onsite during the Exhibition hours in addition to being available 24/7 online on the virtual conference platform as e-posters.


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Project Coordinator: Angela Simone Fondazione Giannino Bassetti angela.simone@fondazionebassetti.org
 
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