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editorialTechno-scientific hybrids. Science communication in pursuit of an academic identity
Nico Pitrelli, Yurij Castelfranchi

A recent article published in Science Communication addresses the training issue in issue in our discipline. Henk Mulder and his colleagues discuss the ...

articleMouse model: what do Japanese life sciences researchers mean by this term?
Jin Higashijima, Kae Takahashi, Kazuto Kato

Mouse-related research in the life sciences has expanded remarkably over the last two decades, resulting in growing use of the term “mouse model”. Our ...

articleUsing communication research to gather stakeholder preferences to improve groundwater management models: a South Texas case study
Ric Jensen, Venkatesh Uddameri

There is a compelling need to ensure that the points of view and preferences of stakeholders are fully considered and incorporated into natural resources ...

articleThe communicative process of weather forecasts issued in the probabilistic form
Alessio Raimondi

One of the main purposes of weather forecasting is that of protecting weather-sensitive human activities. Forecasts issued in the probabilistic form have ...

commentMaster in science communication: an overview
Donato Ramani

Science, politics, industry, media, state-run and private organisations, private citizens: everyone has their own demands, their own heritage of ...

reviewScience on air: a journey through early science programmes in US radio
Matteo Merzagora

Marcel Chotkowski LaFollette, Science on the air, The University of Chicago Press (2008).

reviewScientists' virtues matter. More than ever
Alessandro Delfanti

Steven Shapin, The scientific life. A moral history of a late modern vocation, The University of Chicago Press (2008).

letterNew languages for the spreading of scientific knowledge: broadening the dialog between science and society
Danielle Pereira Cavalcanti, Cecília C. B. Cavalcanti

The Internet is by far the most intensely used communication tool of today and the main channel of interaction in the globalized world. This technology ...

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