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issue 02, june 2008

editorialCultural determinants in the perception of science
Pietro Greco
20/06/2008

Those studying the public understanding of science and risk perception have held it clear for long: the relation between information and judgment ...

articleA look at S&T Awareness - Enhancements in India
Chandra Mohan Nautiyal
20/06/2008


articleAnalysis of Japanese newspaper articles on genetic modification
Ryuma Shineha, Aiko Hibino, Kazuto Kato
20/06/2008

The rapid spread of technologies involving the application of “Genetic Modification (GM)” raised the need for science communication on this new technology ...

articleAn example of a science communication evaluation study: Discovery07, a Dutch science party
Cees M. Koolstra
20/06/2008

This article presents an example of how a public science party was evaluated. The main goals of the science party, to increase the positive image of ...

commentCollaborative Web between open and closed science
Alessandro Delfanti
20/06/2008

“Web 2.0” is the mantra enthusiastically repeated in the past few years on anything concerning the production of culture, dialogue and online communication. ...

Science via podcast

Ilenia Picardi, Simona Regina
letterThe other books – A journey through science books
Juan Nepote
20/06/2008

On March 2007 JCOM issue, Bruce Lewenstein made this question: why should we care about science books? Next he analyzed some fundamental roles of science ...

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