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Issue 02, june 2010

editorialA game of democracy. Science museums for the governance of science and technology
Paola Rodari

Luckily enough, more democracy is always called for. Even in countries that can truly be described as democratic. And democracy (which is a constant ...

articleBringing the universe to the street. A preliminary look at informal learning implications for a large-scale non-traditional science outreach project
Kimberly Arcand, Megan Watzke

“From Earth to the Universe” (FETTU) is a collection of astronomical images that showcase some of the most popular, current views of our Universe. The ...

articleMore than "mountain guides" of science: a questionnaire survey of professional science communicators in Denmark
Kristian Hvidtfelt Nielsen

This article sums up key results of a web-based questionnaire survey targeting the members of the Danish Science Journalists' Association. The association ...

articleTransatlantic communication in the early years of the International Scientific Series (1871 to 1875)
Howard J. Swatland

The first 18 volumes of the International Scientific Series published in both London and New York were reviewed to assess their contribution to ...

commentEngagement tools for scientific governance
Andrea Bandelli

Museums have a great potential to facilitate the political engagement of citizens, intended not in the sense of taking part to the “party politics”, but as ...

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Narrative as a learning tool in science centers: potentials, possibilities and merits Mai Murmann, Lucy Avraamidou 02/04/2014
Examining perceptions of astronomy images across mobile platforms Lisa F. Smith, Kimberly K. Arcand, Jeffrey K. Smith, Randall K. Smith, Jay Bookbinder, Megan Watzke 25/03/2014
Communicating evolution with a Dynamic Evolutionary Map Sonia H. Stephens 13/03/2014
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Science blogs and public engagement with science: practices, challenges, and opportunities Inna Kouper 26/02/2010
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Changing the meaning of peer-to-peer? Exploring online comment spaces as sites of negotiated expertise Marie-Claire Shanahan 22/02/2010