Nome: Marta Cristina das Fontes Entradas
|Marta Entradas has been a researcher in science communication at DINÂMIA’CET, ISCTE-IUL since 2013. She is currently a Marie Curie Fellow (2016-2018) and visiting scholar at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She was formerly a Fulbright Scholar at Cornell University (NY) (2015-1016).
Marta Entradas is the lead researcher for the grant project ‘MORE-PE: Mobilising Resources for Public Engagement’, funded by the Portuguese funding agency Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (FCT: PTDC/IVC-COM/0290/2014).
Marta Entradas completed her PhD in science communication at University College London (UCL) in 2011, where she was teaching assistant for courses in science communication and science policy. From 2009-2011, she was a trainer at Esconet (European Network for Science Communication) responsible for teaching scientists how to communicate with non-specialist audiences. In 2012/2013, she was the Bioenergy Dialogue Coordinator at BBSRC (Biotechnology and Biological Research Council) responsible for coordinating a national public dialogue to study public opinion on bioenergy and produce evidence to inform BBSRC policy.
|Science communication, public understanding of science, public attitudes towards science and technology. Her current research focus on institutional communication with society.|
|Entradas, M. & Bauer, M. (2016). Mobilisation for Public Engagement: Benchmarking the Practices of Research Institutes. Public Understanding of Science. DOI: 10.1177/0963662516633834
Entradas, M. (2016). How Can Science Communication Research Facilitate the Communication of Astronomy with the Public? International Symposium on the NAOJ Museum, Conference Proceedings, pp.1-7, National Astronomical Organisation of Japan (NAOJ).
Entradas, M. (2015). What is the public’s role in space policy-making? Images of the public by practitioners of ‘space’ communication in the UK. Public Understanding ofScience.http://pus.sagepub.com/content/early/2015/04/28/0963662515579838.full.pdf
Entradas, M. (2015). Science and the Public: The public understanding of science and its measurements, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 14:1, pp. 71-85, doi: 10.1386/pjss.14.1.71_1
Entradas, M. (2015). Public engagement: the new politics of science communication, Portuguese Journal of Social Sciences, 14: 2.
Entradas, M. (2015). What is the contribution of distributed approaches to public dialogue to previous deliberative methods? A case study on bioenergy. Proceedings of the Conference Science & You, Nancy, June, 2015. Edited by Joëlle Le Marec, Bernard Schiele and Patrick Baranger, pp. 174-180.
Entradas, M. (2014). Experimenting with distributed approaches – Case study: a national distributed dialogue on bioenergy. Public Understanding of Science. November 16, 2014, doi:10.1177/0963662514556207 (Q1) (IF=1.9)
Entradas, M. (2014). Using survey data to inform best practice of engagement with new audiences, CAP Journal, Vol. 15, pp. 10-14.
Entradas, M., Miller, S., and Peters, H. (2013). Preaching to the converted? An analysis of the public for space exploration in the UK, Public Understanding of Science, 20 (6), pp.1-18. (Q1) (IF=1.9)
Chapters in books
Entradas, M. (2015). Envolvimento societal pelos centros de I&D. in Maria de Lurdes Rodrigues e Manuel Heitor (org.) “40 Anos de Políticas de Ciência e de Ensino Superior”, Almedina, Portugal.
|(2016-2018) (€170.000) (FCT): Principal investigator (PI): MORE-PE: Mobilising REsources for Public Engagement with science and technology. Co-PI: Professor Martin Bauer (LSE). Partners: Maria Eduarda Goncalves (ISCTE- IU, Lisbon University Institute), Massimiano Bucci (Padua University), Pedro Russo (Leiden University), John Besley (MSU), Anthony Dudo (Texas University) Frank Marcinkowski and Andres Friedrichsmeier (Munster University), You-You Li (National Sun Yat-sen University).|
|FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS
Marie Curie Individual Fellowship (MCIF) (2016-2018) (€184.000)Fulbright Scholar Fellowship (2015/2016) ($9000)FCT Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (2013-2016)
FCT PhD Fellowship (2008-2011)
UCL Small Award (University College London, UK) (2010)
IAC (International Astronomical Congress). Award for Best paper on Science and Society (2010)