What does dissemination mean?

How is it different from communication?

What is the aim?

Who is the target audience?

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.
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 

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