Podcasting and Science Communication as a Researcher – Do We Have the Time? With Federica Bressan

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Today on Papa PhD, I have the pleasure of bringing you a conversation with Federica Bressan, about her experience fostering conversations about science on her podcast – Technoculture and about whether all researchers should be expected to take science communication into their own hands.


A Marie Curie and Fulbright alumna, Federica Bressan (1981) is a science communicator & author based in Italy. She holds two MDs in Music and Musicology and a PhD in Computer Science.

The vision underlying her work concerns the co-evolution of technology and society. She is the author of 40+ peer-reviewed articles in the fields of engineering, chemistry, contemporary art, library science, and philology.

Federica conducts video interviews on technology and society. She writes opinion pieces on science and communication, and teaches podcasting for researchers.

Thank you, Federica Bressan!

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