Editorial

14/10/2019

There is a renewed interest amongst science communication practitioners and scholars to explore the potential of storytelling in public communication of science, including to understand how science

14/06/2019

This issue aims to provide a platform for researchers to address communication at the intersection of science and politics from different angles, and to reduce the contingency of science-policy communication in its various dimensions while spurring investigations into the science-policy interface.

17/01/2019

Seven papers focusing on "design standards", "design methods" and "user experience in the physical and digital world" explore how citizen science volunteers interact with digital tools, what they expect from them, and why these technologies succeed or fail.

04/04/2018

A brand-new JCOM for Latin America and a brand-new look for JCOM. April 2018 marks a milestone in the history of JCOM. Innovation and stronger community engagement, always open access.

06/03/2018

What kind of impact is the rise of Artificial Intelligence going to have on science news? AI writing bots might revolutionise science journalism as we know it.

13/12/2017

This issue of JCOM explores the question ‘what works in science communication?’ from a variety of angles, as well as focusing on the politically sensitive topic of climate change.

20/09/2017

What is it that really makes communicating science a good, moral thing to do? And are there limits to the potential ‘goodness’ of science communication?

20/07/2017

Science communication is today a well-established ―although young― area of research. However, there are only a few books and papers analyzing how science communication has developed historically.

28/03/2017

Reflecting on the public role of academics, this issue of JCOM includes a set of commentaries exploring public intellectuals and intellectualism.

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