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Dr Emma Harris
Emma's research background is in cultural history, specifically the fear of technology, but her career has moved from science fiction to science fact. She has become an enthusiast for open science, RRI, and science communication through roles including, Ethics Manager on the Human Brain Project. Moving to Berlin from the UK in 2017, she now works in the Communications Department at the Max-Delbrück-Center for Molecular Medicine. She is a Project Manager and Training Developer working on designing open science training and materials for the ORION Open Science Project.
Sabine is a social scientist and educational technologist at the TU Dresden Media Centre. She is an open science enthusiast and is designing and building MOOCs that help researchers to develop skills, competences and attitudes
to embrace and spread of a culture of openness in science and academia.
Dr Luiza Bengtsson
Luiza is a biochemist turned science communicator. She went from life sciences research uncovering communication channels in cells to creating new channels for dialog between science and society. Luiza’s work centers around
her motto: more science into society and more society into science, which she lives by organizing large science popularization events, training high school teachers and enabling art-science and citizen science co-operations. In the ORION project,
Luiza heads the team responsible for developing training on Open Science.
Zoe is an Educational Scientist at the MDC and working for the EU ORION project on Open Science. She is testing and implementing training methods for researchers. She helps researchers
understand the benefits of Open Science and position themselves to be part of the movement.
Katarzyna holds a degree in computer science from Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. She is interested in digital tools and new forms of learning. She does research on mobile information and communication technologies in teaching
with a focus on Latin America. And works in the field of "Publication of Research Data - Research Integrity - Privacy". Katarzyna is an Open Science advocate and offers workshops on open science data management and related topics. Katarzyna's
module on Research Data Management was based on work she did as part of the FDMentor
After a PhD in marine biology Elisabetta turned towards science communication and citizen science. During her career she has been experimenting with different approaches to open science and involve citizens into research, working from different research centres and the Barcelona City Council. In the ORION Project she was supporting the CRG’s scientific team in the discovery of co-creation and open science processes, and was responsible for communication and engagement in the citizen science project GENIGMA.
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