Title: ARTEFACTS
Authors: SUCHA VLADIMIRWILKINSON DAVIDBENOIST THIERRYESTREGUIL CHRISTINELYNCH JOANNASCHOLZ HARALDTHIJS ANWILIKENS MARCBLASCO MUNOZ JOSEDEREAU BENOITHAHN KARL-ANTONLANGE TIMOLEMUS CONEJO MARCOSMONDELLO SILVIAMORTARA BARBARAPERUGGINI WILLIAMSPIRITO LAURAVIGNAUX MAELACHARD FREDERICBARREIRO HURLE JESUSBARUTH BETTINABELWARD ALANBEUCHLE RENE'BIDOGLIO GIOVANNIBOROWIAK ANNETTECAMIA ANDREADE JESUS CARDOSO ANACLARK IANCIUPAGEA CONSTANTINDALLEMAND JEAN-FRANCOISVANHAM DAVYDENTENER FRANCISCUSEDWARDS ROBERTVIGNATI ELISABETTAPISONI ENRICOEVA HUGHFIORE GIANLUCAGAWLIK BERNDGENOVESE GIAMPIEROGERVASINI EUGENIOGRASSI GIACOMOGUENTHER SUSANNHANKE GEORGHUISMAN JACOBJAEGER-WALDAU ARNULFJAMES KATHLEENJONES ARWYNKOTSAKIS EVANGELOSKRASENBRINK ALOISLEIP ADRIANLONZA LAURAMAES JOACHIMMARELLI LUISAMARTINSOHN JANNMASERA MARCELOMATHIEUX FABRICEMUELLEJANS HARALDO' CONNELL ADRIAN PARKERORGIAZZI ALBERTOPANT RANAPARACCHINI MARIA-LUISAPEEDELL STEPHENPOLCE CHIARAREGA CARLOSTIBIG HANS-JURGENTAYLOR NIGELTHIEL CHRISTIANTHUNIS PHILIPPEABENTUNG DANIELA SABINEAL KHUDHAIRY DELILAHCARATTI DI LANZACCO GIANCARLOKULIS IVAN DAVORDE SANTI GIOVANNIDUBOIS GREGOIREEECKELS ADRIAANHOHENADEL MARCIGLESIAS PORTELA MARIAKAJANDER NINAMARUSZEWSKI KRZYSZTOFPINTO MALAQUIAS PEDROMCGARRY DARRENMECA CASTANY CRISTINAMULHERN GRAINNEOSTERMANN OLE PETERPETER GEORGRUSCELLI SILVIASIMONEAU CATHERINESOBERG CARINASZYMANSKI PIOTRTHIELEN DEL POZO JUTTAVITCHEVA CHARLINA VLADIMIROVAGEREZ ALEXANDREHAJDU MARTONPEREIRA SÁ SOFIAFAIR HENRYMOLDRZYK UWEGALLE LINDAVOGEL JOHANNESJUNKER STEPHANMUETZEL CELINASCHULTKA YORIESCH BENEDIKTKREFT SONJASTROHMANN VIVIENEYL THEGREENHENNING VALENTINROSSIG WIEBKEVOHLAND KATRINWEISSPFLUG MAIKEBADOCK DORTEBARTSCHE PETERBAUM INABONKE RALFBRENTANI CLAUDIABRINKMANN MARKUSCHERRY PHILCZURA MICHAELDAMRAU KATRINFABER ASTRIDFRITZSCH WOLFAMGOETZ HWA JAHACKMANN HOLGERHAEHNEL OLIVERKENNEWELL PHILIPPKIRSCHNER MARTINKLEINERT TOMASKRAL KATRINKUNKEL ANDREASLEHMANN ERIKLINDERT JAQUELINEMOELLMAN NILSNEUMANN MONIKAOHL MICHAELPOIEAM SURIYARACKE CAROLAREISE INARIEDEL MARCUSROTHENBURG WOLFGANGSAURE CHRISTOPHSCHREIBER ROBERTSCHROEDER ASTRIDSCHULTZE SELINASONNTAG CHRISTIANSTANGE JULESTEHLE SVENSTEIN ROBERTSTEINNINGER MARLIESVOLKER MATTHIASWAURICK ISABELLEZILCH MATHIASKLUCKERT LISAKRZYZNIEWSKI STEFANIEROEHNER JULIANESCHUCKER CARMENSTEINER GESINE
Publisher: Publications Office of the European Union
Publication Year: 2019
JRC N°: JRC119142
ISBN: 978-92-76-14242-3 (online),978-92-76-14241-6 (print)
ISSN: 1831-9424 (online),1018-5593 (print)
Other Identifiers: EUR 30021 EN
OP KJ-NA-30021-EN-N (online),KJ-NA-30021-EN-C (print)
URI: https://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/JRC119142
DOI: 10.2760/458734
10.2760/10890
Type: EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
Abstract: In the summer of 2017, the European Commission’s Science and Knowledge Service, the Joint Research Centre (JRC), decided to try working hand-in-hand with leading European science centres and museums. Behind this decision was the idea that the JRC could better support EU Institutions in engaging with the European public. The fact that European Union policies are firmly based on scientific evidence is a strong message which the JRC is uniquely able to illustrate. Such a collaboration would not only provide a platform to explain the benefits of EU policies to our daily lives but also provide an opportunity for European citizens to engage by taking a more active part in the EU policy making process for the future. A PILOT PROGRAMME To test the idea, the JRC launched an experimental programme to work with science museums: a perfect partner for three compelling reasons. Firstly, they attract a large and growing number of visitors. Leading science museums in Europe have typically 500 000 visitors per year. Furthermore, they are based in large European cities and attract local visitors as well as tourists from across Europe and beyond. The second reason for working with museums is that they have mastered the art of how to communicate key elements of sophisticated arguments across to the public and making complex topics of public interest readily accessible. That is a high-value added skill and a crucial part of the valorisation of public-funded research, never to be underestimated. Finally museums are, at present, undergoing something of a renaissance. Museums today are vibrant environments offering new techniques and technologies to both inform and entertain, and attract visitors of all demographics.
JRC Directorate:Joint Research Centre Corporate Activities

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