issue 01, march 2009

20/03/2009

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

26/01/2009

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...

24/02/2009

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

20/03/2009

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

20/03/2009

“Science on the air” is an enjoyable and extremely well researched account of the origins of science programming in north American radio. From 1923 to...

20/03/2009

In his latest book “The scientific life. A moral history of a late modern vocation”, the social historian of science Steven Shapin addresses the public...

20/03/2009

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...