DAVI BONELA| Brazilian, 30 years old. I am an editor, journalist and media professional with experience in the areas of education, science, culture and health.
Currently, I am researcher at the Museum of Tomorrow, a science museum located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, which explores the ever-changing times we are witnessing and the possible paths we may take during the next 50 years. Before, I worked at Oswaldo Cruz Foundation – Fiocruz, Brazilian Academy of Sciences and other institutions related to scientific research and communication.
As journalist, I have been covering international events about global challenges hosted in Brazil, for instance, the United Nations Conference Rio+20, World Science Forum and General Assembly of Global Network of Science Academies. I have also been producing news, interviews and articles – some of them translated into several languages -, as well as exhibitions, books, tv shows, documentaries and seminars.
At the Museum of Tomorrow, I also do partnerships, reports and evidences related to the achievement of management goals. With almost ten years of experience in science communication, in 2017 he was a selected as a non-European fellow of Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for Scientific Culture to participate of the International Science Journalism and Communication Program, in Italy.
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Museum of Tomorrow
2015/11 – Present – As researcher of the Exhibitions and Observatory of Tomorrow, my attributions are: to create and update the content of the scientific exhibitions; to write articles or interviews on scientific advances and global challenges; to establish partnerships with scientific and technology institutions; to contact researchers to write articles or to offer lectures; to draw or update curatorial, scientific communication, documentation and sustainability plans; and to organize scientific seminars and meetings.
Fiocruz – Oswaldo Cruz Foundation
01/2015 – 11/2015 – As communication analyst, my attributions were: to support the research and development of concepts, content and data for scientific exhibitions created by Museum of Life in the in the Plan for new uses of the Architectural and Historical Center of Manguinhos, which aims to generate supply of education in science, technology and health in an area of Rio de Janeiro where Manguinhos, Caju, Maré and Alemão slums are based.
Brazilian Academy of Sciences
09/2012 – 12/2013 – As journalist, my attributions were: to write news and interviews about science, technology and innovation advances, opportunities and challenges. I also covered the General Assembly of Global Network Academy of Sciences and World Science Forum, and many other events held by the BAS.
People’s Summit for Social and Environmental Justice at RIO+20
06/2012 – 07/2012 – As the official journalist of this event, my attributions were: to cover the participation of social movements in Rio+20 and in People’s Summit to provide informations to the official tv and the website created especially for this event.
Multirio – Rio de Janeiro’s Municipal Company of Multimeios
09/2011 – 08/2012 – As internship researcher, I searched for data and information to be used in publications, TV shows, and in the website of the company which makes the educational content for the Rio de Janeiro’s public schools.
National Museum of Quinta da Boa Vista
01/2010 – 07/2011 – I received a grant to search for data, information and content to be used in studies and in guided visits in this museum of natural and human history based at Rio de Janeiro.
Master Degree in Science of Literature at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) with a grant offered by CAPES; Graduate in Social Communication at UFRJ with a grant offered by CNPQ; Graduate in History at UFRJ with a grant offered by FAPERJ. Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for Scientific Culture’ Fellow in International Science Journalism and Communication Program.
Courses | 2017– Non-European Fellow from Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for Scientific Culture in International Science Journalism and Communication Program; 2016 – Causes of Climate Change (University of Bergen) 2016 – Environmental Humanities (UNSW, Futurelearn.com); Impact of science museums on society (Fiocruz); Genders in science (Fiocruz); Memory of the World (UNESCO); 2015 – Behind the scenes at 21st century museum (University of Leicester, Futurelearn.com); Science Education and Public Engagement in Science (Fiocruz); 2014 – Critical thinking in global challenges (University of Edinburgh).