Dissemination

What does dissemination mean?
 

How is it different from communication?

What is the aim?

Who is the target audience?

Communication:
Covers the whole project (including results).
Starts at the beginning of the project.
Multiple audiences: beyond the project's own community, including the media and general public.
Informing and engaging with society, to show how it can benefit from research.
Dissemination:
Covers project results only.
Happens only when results are available.
Specialist audiences: group that may use the results in their own work, including peer groups, industry, professional organisations, policymakers.
Enabling the assimilation and use of results.

ESR1 Francesco Moro:

V. Somerville, P. Grigaitis, J. Battjes, F. Moro, B. Teusink.
"Use and limitations of genome-scale metabolic models in food microbiology",
Current Opinion in Food Science, 2022, Volume 43, 225-231. DOI: 10.1016/j.cofs.2021.12.010 

Publications
 
Conference papers
 

ESR3 Hamza Faquir:

C. Fernandez, H. Faquir, M. Pajaro, I. Otero-Muras.

"Feedback control of stochastic gene switches using PIDE models",

IFAC-PapersOnLine, 2022, Volume 55, Issue 18, pages 62-67. DOI: 10.1016/j.ifacol.2022.08.031