Looking back over the past 5 years of articles published in JCOM, this editorial looks at the topics covered and the geographies represented and asks: are we tackling all main contemporary issues i


This issue forms Part II of JCOM's collection of articles and essays exploring the field of citizen science.


The academic journal paper has been around for several hundred years and during that time has seen shifts in style and structure.


Citizen science is one of the most dramatic developments in science communication in the last generation.


The design, delivery and evaluation of JCOM Masterclasses has given us the opportunity to reflect on the audiences, training needs and training schemes available to people working at different leve


Taking the International Science in Popular Culture conference as a starting point, this editorial considers audiences for cultural products, considering the size of audiences


Measuring impact may be challenging, but does that mean we should accept a lack of ambition?


This issue sees the implementation of new designs for the JCOM website and articles and there are plans for further updates over the next year.


Over the past decades there has been an increasing recognition of the need to promote dialogue between science and society.


This issue of the Journal of Science Communication raises a number of questions about the ways that new scientific research emerges from research institutions and in particular the role played by s


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