Science cafés offer a place for information and discussion for all who are interested in science and its broader implications for society.
Citizen science continues to grow, potentially increasing competition among projects to recruit and retain volunteers interested in participating.
This paper provides an analysis of the implementation and the outcomes of Scienza Attiva, an Italian national project for secondary school students, that
We present an exploratory study of science communication via online video through various UK-based YouTube science content providers.
Social media is increasingly being used by science communicators, journalists and government agencies to engage in discourse with a range of publics.
This study of the science communication views and practices of African researchers ― academics at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST)
In this article, we present three challenges to the emerging Open Science (OS) movement: the challenge of communication, collaboration and cultivation of
Scientists for whom English is not their first language report disadvantages with academic communication internationally.
The phenomenon of lay readers of neuroscience being positively biased by the mere presence of brain images (fMRI), has been hotly debated, with recent fai
This study applies social network analysis to explore the role that one science festival has played in building the state's STEM learning ecosystem.
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