Gabriele Beccaria

Journalist and science popularizer. Gabriele Beccaria is a scientific journalist and editor of Tuttoscienze, the weekly science and innovation supplement  of  the newspaper«La Stampa».

Marco Castellazzi

Marco is a marine biologist. He started working on TV in 1994 as a consultant. He collaborated in the production of various TV documentaries such as La compagnia dell’Arca (Canale 5), Animals and Animals (Rai 3), Condominio Terra (Rai 3), Alle falde del Kilimanjaro (Rai 3) and he is the author of the TV documentaries Geo & geo and Cose dell’altra Geo. Since e 2011 he is also the conductor of  Geoscienza.

Claudio Giunta

Claudio is the author of several monographs and articles in newspapers and magazines.  Essayist, philologist and historian of Italian literature and medieval poetry, he also has publications on contemporary culture.  In 2015 he published his first crime novel. He is full professor at the University of trento and Rector’s delegate for press and communication.

Luciano Floridi

Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information at the University of Oxford, and Director of the Digital Ethics Lab of the Oxford Internet Institute

Michele Lanzinger Ph.D.

Director of MUSE Science Museum in Trento.

Lorenzo Pinna

Science journalist he collaborates in the production of the TV documentaries Quark and Superquark.He is the author of several science and tech communication books

Antonio Pratesi, MD

Physician and nutritionist. He is medical writer and columnist at Il Fatto Alimentare

Brian Trench

Science communication researcher and trainer, and a former university lecturer and journalist. A Member of the PCST Scientific Committee for 14 years and president of the network since 2014.

Elisabetta Tola

Journalist and science communicator. She is the co-founder of the science communication agency Formicablu, radio presenter of the daily science programme Radio3Scienza on RAI Radio 3 and of the weekly tech&digital innovation programme Pensatech at Radio Città del Capo, Elisabetta is also co-founder of the iData research project, organiser of the first data journalism courses in Italy and of the Hacks & Hackers’ Italian chapter, co-author of Wired Italy’s #safeschools data investigation on seismic risk assessment in Italian schools. Elisabetta is also the founder of datajournalism.it, a web lab for data-driven stories and tutorials.