Public Policies, Market and CTI Dependency for Science Journalists (Spanish)

A talk by Tania Arboleda, Manuel Lino González, Bryan Lucero, Nelly Luna and Daniel Meza
Lugar a Ciencia, Los Intangibles, Cientí, OjoPúblico and N+1

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Complexities in developing countries to do at the national level and how journalists should cover them. Political, economic, and cultural difficulties that scientists go through that journalists should be aware of.

Tania Arboleda

Director of Lugar a Ciencia

Manuel Lino González

Entrepreneur and Editor at Los Intangibles

Bryan Lucero

Coordinator of the social complexity lab of the Interdisciplinary Group of Prospective for Public Policies in Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.

Nelly Luna

Co-founder and general editor of OjoPúblico

Daniel Meza

Editor-in-chief and founder at N+1

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Peruvian Association of Science Journalists and Communicators (APCiencia)

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