Notícies de Recerca UPF is an institutional experience of communicating research performed at the institution, in science, technology, social sciences and humanities.

Notícies de Recerca UPF is a monthly, eight-to-twelve pages bulletin. The aim is to communicate to the whole university community what scientists of other fields of the same University are working on. The final intention is to improve connections among scientists and to publicise recognition of excellence in research production. At the same time, its a mean of of research transparency at the University.

This bulletin should be considered science dissemination because the target public is formed by scientists from different fields (who become “public”), and non-scientist workers of the University.

We seek the research performed in the different departments, with an emphasis on peer reviewed research, as well as on prelimary research. There is a section where researchers can find information related to grants and other resources for research. We explain and describe university resources linked to research such as library, reasons why writing a paper is necessary for a scientist, animal lab services, technical services and other types of laboratories. We publish in each bulletin an interview with a national science or humanities policy-maker.
 


 



 

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Notícies de Recerca

Cristina Junyent   Observatori de la Comunicació Científica, Pompeu Fabra University (UPF)

Notícies de Recerca UPF is an institutional experience of communicating research performed at the institution, in science, technology, social sciences and humanities.

Notícies de Recerca UPF is a monthly, eight-to-twelve pages bulletin. The aim is to communicate to the whole university community what scientists of other fields of the same University are working on. The final intention is to improve connections among scientists and to publicise recognition of excellence in research production. At the same time, its a mean of of research transparency at the University.

This bulletin should be considered science dissemination because the target public is formed by scientists from different fields (who become “public”), and non-scientist workers of the University.

We seek the research performed in the different departments, with an emphasis on peer reviewed research, as well as on prelimary research. There is a section where researchers can find information related to grants and other resources for research. We explain and describe university resources linked to research such as library, reasons why writing a paper is necessary for a scientist, animal lab services, technical services and other types of laboratories. We publish in each bulletin an interview with a national science or humanities policy-maker.
 


 



 

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