Published: October 2019
EuroScientist is the official publication of EuroScience, the non-profit grassroots association of researchers in Europe. Starting October 2019, EuroScientist will publish a podcast episode every third Thrusday of the month, featuring new bonus material specifically targeted to the EuroScientist community. This collaboration is very special to me because the President of EuroScience, Michael Matlosz, was my guest on episode #1!

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Published: August 2019
I was interviewed by Europeana Communicators, a specialist community of the Europeana Network Association, about Technoculture podcast.
The interview served as introduction to the webinar on Digital Storytelling that would follow on Sept. 13th 2019, where I was invited to speak (now available here).
I am a huge fan of Europeana, so I was very proud to be part of this initiative!

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Published: July 2019
CORDIS is the European Commission's primary public repository and portal to disseminate information on all EU-funded research projects. The interview Interactive art is about to become far more accessible focuses on the research I have done during my Marie Curie fellowship. But I also talk about Technoculture, because the podcast would not have been possible without my dear Marie.

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They say about Technoculture



Technoculture went well beyond teaching me about frontier tech research: it made me appreciate the bigger picture and allowed me to see how diversity and cooperation make the world move forward.

Nuno Fernandes, Solar Energy entrepreneur
Oliveira de Azeméis, Portugal



Technoculture is a great example of a podcast that builds bridges between new technology issues, academia, and the everyday podcast listener.

Mary Kidd, Coordinator at the Special Collections Department of the New York Public Library (NYPL)
New York, New York, US



The Technoculture podcast is an excellent example of how to bring research and the researcher closer to society and create societal impact.

Michael Matlosz, President of EuroScience
Strasbourg, France



Dr. Bressan explores complex ideas in enticing and articulated conversations, discovering interesting perspectives that are hard to compress in the usual infobite technologies.

Harry Verwayen, Executive Director of Europeana Foundation
Den Haag, The Netherlands



Federica’s guests are engaged in the research that is shaping our future, so it is exciting to hear their voices and learn how they view their work and its impact.

George A. Dunn, Professor of Philosophy at Indiana University
Indianapolis, Indiana, US



Technoculture is a valuable podcast and the way Federica Bressan leads this project in terms of topic selection, communication, and technology is exemplary.

Bruno Jehle, Chief expert for higher education on vocational training
Aarau, Switzerland



The inclusion of interviews with experts in many different, but related, disciplines allows the listener to make connections that would be very difficult to make in other places.

Richard L. Hess, Consultant and Audio tape restorer
Aurora, Ontario, Canada