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Science communication tools in the EU TRACE integrated project


  • Vermeulen, P. , Lofthouse, J. , Brereton, P. , Smith, J. , Baeten, V. , Kehagia, O. & Roussou, A. (2007). Science communication tools in the EU TRACE integrated project. Poster in: TRACE 3rd annual meeting: Perspectives from science, supply chain and the consumers, Limenas Hersonissou - Crete - Greece, 26-27/04/2007.
Type Poster
Year 2007
Title Science communication tools in the EU TRACE integrated project
Event name TRACE 3rd annual meeting: Perspectives from science, supply chain and the consumers
Event location Limenas Hersonissou - Crete - Greece
Label U15-1035
Recnumber 545
Event date 26-27/04/2007
Type of poster scientifique, recherche
Endnote keywords Pr-TRACE Th-Qualité, traçabilité et sécurité alimentaire Di-Informatique
Endnote Keywords internet|computer systems|information systems|
Abstract For the dissemination of the results to the public, as well as the conventional methods of communication to the public (media, press, peer reviewed publications, congresses) the web tools have become a major information channel. The main objective of the TRACE website is to disseminate European information on food authenticity and traceability, as well as information regarding the project itself to several target publics: to the scientists through description of analytical methods, international congresses, peer reviewed publications, training sessions and workshops; to the industries through standards delivery, good traceability guide and demonstration activities; to the consumers through brochure, workshops and collaboration with BEUC; to the general public through bibliographic references database, e-newsletter as well as news and events on-line. Several computer utilities such as Reference manager web publisher, Adobe flash player, Advanced web statistics and Google analytics are used as well to display references or lectures and to manage the website performance. The website can be accessed at http://www.trace.eu.org. TRACE project provides its expertise in other networks as FP6CommNet which is an informal network of communicator scientists and communication managers involved in FP6 food projects or as SSA PETER (http://www.eu-peter.org ) dedicated to disseminate the results of European research projects on food traceability.
Author address Vermeulen Philippe, Quality Department of Agro-food Products, Walloon Agricultural Research Centre (CRA-W), Chaussée de Namur, 24, B-5030 Gembloux, vermeulen@cra.wallonie.be
Fichier Science communication tools in the EU TRACE integrated project
Caption U15-1035-vermeulen-2007.pdf
Lien http://trace.eu.org/je/greece/poster/trace_m3_poster_vermeulen.php
Authors Vermeulen, P. , Lofthouse, J. , Brereton, P. , Smith, J. , Baeten, V. , Kehagia, O. & Roussou, A.