What role and citizenship has the scientific thought on the web, or rather on the social side of the web?


In four steps – from Renaissance to the dawn of the 20th century – this issue explores some aspects of the history of book sciences, as research and popularisation instruments also playing a role i


The purpose of this commentary is extending and enriching the discussion raised in the “Science Journalism and Power in the 21st Century” workshop, held last month in the context of MAPPE project a


This is an introduction to the essays from the Jcom commentary devoted to the statute and the future of research in science communication.


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 full participation in the systems that de


Research systems are increasingly required to be more practically oriented and to address issues which appear more promising in economic and social results, with special reference to trans-discipli


In the last decades, production of science and technology as well as science-society relationships started changing rapidly.


In present times it would not be appropriate to say art made a “debut” in science centres, as it has been a feature since the beginning of their history, and it appeared precisely in the ‘parent’ s


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


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