A brand new episode of the Purisima podcast

The episode takes a complete take a look at how science communication has turn out to be an important bridge between the scientific neighborhood and society at giant. From well being points to local weather challenges to advances in synthetic intelligence, the efficient communication of science is a key instrument for empowering folks to make knowledgeable, evidence-based choices.

Alejandra Vidales gives her perspective from the sphere of educational analysis, emphasizing the significance of translating scientific complexity into accessible language. He asserts that science politics additionally performs an important function, as science communication can affect the political agenda and decision-making.

From the angle of journalism and training, Claudio Brotman explores how science communication adapts to various audiences. The altering dynamics of analysis funding, the dealing with of private and non-private funding, and the way this will likely form the way in which science is communicated are additionally mentioned.

The episode additionally features a transient evaluation of the ebook “Odorama” by Federico Cocso, which is an instance of how the interdependence of disciplines can enrich understanding of the world round us, emphasizing the significance of cooperation and communication between completely different fields of data.

In flip, the hosts touch upon Chilean performs and playwrights who spotlight the collaboration between completely different disciplines and the appreciation of artwork as a method of communication within the scientific area.

In a world the place science and politics are inextricably intertwined, this episode of the Purísima Podcast gives an in-depth, multifaceted take a look at how science not solely informs, however allows and shapes elementary choices affecting society.

The episode is out there on all podcast platforms.

About Purisima Podcast

Purísima Podcast is a well-liked podcast program produced by Andrés Bello College’s Artistic Campus. Hosted by journalists Alejandra Delgado and Tatiana Oliveros, the podcast addresses related problems with thought and tradition, providing interviews with specialists and opinion leaders. Purísima Podcast is out there on a number of platforms, together with Spotify, in collaboration with El Mostrador.

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