It's no secret that the internet has changed the way we communicate, and the last 12 months has also made clear the realisation that it has also changed the way we form our views.
From the echo chambers and 'fake news', to being at the mercy of the social media giants' exposure algorithms and more and more content being produced each day, the way we make decisions and inform ourselves has had a seismic shift. And what does this mean for science? Amongst the climate change deniers and the anti-vax movement is a need for reconsideration of how evidence and critical thinking is communicated and empowered.
Come join us at our latest Science: Disrupt London Session on 'Disrupting the Conversation'.
Stephen Buranyi - The Guardian / Vice
Professor Ruth Morgan - Director of the UCL Centre for Forensic Science
Richard Clarke - PhD researcher at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine