時間：11月10日 12:30 - 13:30
Science communication isn't just about simplifying specialized information for the broader audience. Experts and non-specialists have different informational needs, backgrounds, and contexts. To put it differently, the "culture" of experts and the general public are distinct. Thus, science communication can be viewed as cross-cultural communication, necessitating the creation of a "third way" that bridges the gap between experts and the lay public. It's essential to recognize the value of everyday life in this context. Instead of merely explaining scientific phenomena in daily terms, we should look for opportunities for scientific inquiry in everyday events. To achieve this, we must be fully aware of and actively incorporate cultural aspects. In this talk, the speaker will showcase examples from Japan where science is rooted in everyday life and explore the potential for similar approaches in Taiwan.