specializes in science communication, public relations,
journalism and scientific culture. She is an expert in
communicating complex scientific issues clearly and concisely.
As a freelance science writer, Tiziana Lanza
writes articles for Italian magazines and researches
science communication. She has also worked as a science
writer for distinguished scientific institutions:
Tiziana Lanza has also collaborated with:
- Since 1995, Tiziana Lanza has worked
at the Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia
(INGV) in Rome, Italy. She focuses on communicating
information about natural hazards. She has presented
her studies at International Conferences on Public
Communication of Science and Technology. She previously
managed relations between the INGV and the European
- From August 1988 to December 1994,
Tiziana Lanza worked at the European Centre for Nuclear
Research (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland, where her
projects helped popularize science.
- The National Geological Council in
Rome as a Press Officer.
- The Psychological Unit of Centro Traumatologico
Ortopedico (CTO) in Rome as a member of a working
group on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
- Masters in Science Communication from
Sissa (International School for Advanced Studies,
- Degree in Languages from University
of Rome "La Sapienza"
Tiziana Lanza defines herself as a special correspondent from the world of science, inspired by a natural curiosity, always eager to tell the "stories" of the true protagonists of science itself, the scientists. With this spirit, she has written for science and non-science magazines on cosmology, particle physics, earth sciences, biotechnology and medicine. Her articles include:
- "Il Lago esplosivo" in Newton,
January 2004: Interview with Professor Gregory Ryskin
of Northwestern University.
- "John Bardeen: lo scienziato che inse due
volte" in Ideazione.com, October 2003.
- "Il neutrino: inutile ma non
troppo" in Il Corriere del Ticino, November
- "Un sequestro per salvare il pianeta"
in Newton, April 2002. Article about geological
- "Catastrofi naturali: ptsd e comunicazione"
in Psiconline, Aug. 2001.
- "Big Crunch addio" in Galileo,
May 2000: Interview with Professor Paolo de Bernardis
della University "La Sapienza" di Roma.
- Biotecnologie "Il nostro gene
è maturo?" in Liberal, Aug. 1999.
Algorythmic Tell-Tale" in Galileo, June
- "Leir resurrected from Lear's
ashes" in Cern Bulletin, July 1997.