Find reactions, analysis or resources including keywords.
We offer you different formats with more or less depth and immediacy depending on current events. They have a Creative Commons licence and you can use them quoting SMC Spain as the source.
All researchers who contribute to the Science Media Centre Spain as expert sources are listed here.
Useful guides on science communication and key aspects of different branches of science.
Science, environment and health journalists and communicators can join professional associations with shared interests. We highlight some of them, both national and international.
Here you can consult the lists of expert sources published by different research centres in recent years.
Expert sources who collaborate with us will multiply their media impact, both inside and outside our borders. In addition, you will be part of a directory hosted on our website that journalists will be able to consult to contact your offices directly. We also offer you a library of resources on science communication and current science topics that can help you in your day-to-day work.
There is a specific area on the website to do so. All you have to do is fill in the details of the institution, the scientific areas in which it specialises and the contact details of the communication team. As soon as we validate the data, they will be published in the web directory and can be consulted by any user.
When we contact research staff at your centre via email, we will also copy the centre’s communication team. If you would like us to do this in a different way, please write to us.
That is not the role of SMC Spain. However, if you have identified research or press releases published by your institution that are causing or could cause controversy, or if you have experts who can comment on current issues, please let us know so that we can assess and address them.
Yes, in fact, on the website we have created a space where we have put together different experts guides from universities and other research centres, both national and international. In this way, journalists who need a contact can easily find them. The only requirement for the guide is for it to have a URL. You can send it to us by email.
No. Registered journalists are part of a database for internal use only. What we make available to the public is a space in which we have brought together the associations of science, environment and health journalists, both within and outside our borders.