Science and Impact Communication

Why is your research collaboration of great value? What are the remarkable results you should share to the outside world? Do you know how to do it?

This seminar on Science and Impact communication will provide you with guidelines, expert advice and a hands-on workshop on best practice and sharing experiences with others in the same position.

Open science, public engagement and impact communication are becoming all the more important to society as a whole and as a requirement from funding agencies and policy makers. Sign up and learn how to work strategically with communication and dissemination from the beginning to the finalisation of your research projects and research collaboration.

When: 11 December at 09.30 - 12.50 (coffee and sandwich from 09.00)
Where: Open Lab, Multi-purpose hall, Valhallavägen 79

We look forward to seeing you there!
Please register by email to   before 9 December so we can plan for catering.


09:30   Welcome to the seminar series Annika Stensson Trigell,
Vice Preseident for Research

  KTH Communication strategy and framework

Åsa Ankarcrona, Head of Communications, KTH


How good Communication and Dissemination increases the impact in your research project and collaboration

Anna Raask, Senior Research Advisor, EU H2020 and Ethics, Research Support Office

10:00 Navigating the changing landscape and understanding journalists Hanna Brodda, Science journalist, Editor-in-Chief, Podcast publisher

Strategic and hands-on learnings from a sustainable science and communications perspective

Fredrik Morberg, Stockholm Resilience Center, Co-Director Albaeco

10:30 Workshop, networking and refreshments ( coffee, tea, juice)

Natalia Kotova, Marianne Loor, Anna Raask, Fredrik Morberg och Hanna Brodda

11:40 Summary and conclusion
12:00 Lunch Sustainable catering from Restauranglabbet

Useful links

KTH Brand and Communication guidelines

Contact with various functions at KTH Communication

Try using the 1000 most common words in English to explain science

Seminar presentations:

KTH Research Communication, Åsa Ankarcrona (pdf 199 kB)

​​​​​​​Science and Impact Communication in Research Collaboration, Anna Raask (pdf 350 kB) ​​​​​​​

Navigating the media landscape 2020, Hanna Brodda (pdf 294 kB) ​​​​​​​
7 messages from sustainable science communication to take home, Fredrik Moberg (pdf 4.3 MB)

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