There are various tools to make science and related topics more approachable to the wider public. In general, science communication formats aim to inform, raise awareness, clarify misconceptions and inspire enthusiasm and excitement. Marie Niederleithinger, one of our institute’s PhD students, is especially interested in the dialog and discussion with her audience.
The MIC Festival of the Medical Imaging Cluster (MIC) of the Medical University of Vienna took place last week on June, 6th 2019. This year’s motto was Digital Revolution in Medical Imaging, highlighting the ever growing importance of big data, digitalization and computational analysis and their translation to clinical routine and research. Just as last […]