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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

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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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