If you are a researcher in Photochemistry, or in related fields, here you can test your inclination to explaining your work for wider publics with the creative support of web technologies and by use of semi-structured models provided by the portal (see option 5 below).
At this portal you have the opportunity to realise how your research work is perceived by the other end of the science-public communication continuum, and particularly by audiences who may not be expert but are interested and science attentive. This feedback might give you extra inspiration in your future research efforts.
Also, you have here the opportunity to interact with science communication experts and practitioners of the science museums which are important intermediaries in the science-public relation.
More particularly, you have the following options:
Meet the ScienceTweets researchers. These are the researchers (in alphabetical order) who have collaborated with e-Knownet project for the production of the digital exhibits at this portal (see below).
Meet all registered researchers of the portal (in alphabetical order) (all registered researchers, who are 1. exhibit contributors (link to the exhibit and back, link to the contributor/researcher/profile and back) and 2. other registered researchers (link to the researcher/profile and back)
Check our selection of resources related to the content of the portal. Discover interesting ideas, resources, additional links and innovative learning applications, which could help produce your own digital material to present your work to a wider public.
Experiment with creative web-technologies: produce your own material and explain your work on Photochemistry. Develop your own exhibits, based on you own peer-reviewed research results.