Editorial

21/12/2004

The question was raised in the 4th November copy of The New York Times when it entitled the editorial of Garry Wills (political and cultural historian), r

21/09/2004

In the name of God is the heading chosen by some researchers from a Middle Eastern country for their posters in an international conference on chemistry w

21/03/2004

On 16 January 2004, the United Nations Secretary-General and Nobel Peace Prize winner Kofi Annan launched a Global Media Aids Initiative, with the aim of

21/12/2003

The incident of Scanzano Jonico, in Italy's Basilicata region, has been something more than a lesson for those who handle the relationships between scienc

21/09/2003

On June, the 23rd of last year, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published its Draft Report on the Environment, a report on environmental qual

21/06/2003

A word of warning for scientists: don't appear on talk-shows.

21/03/2003

In recent weeks, Britain's Better Regulation Task Force report on scientific research regulation asked the Government to evaluate the risks associated wit

21/09/2002

A survey has been recently carried out for the first time in Italy concerning science communication through the media and the result has been that science

21/06/2002

There is no use denying it: whenever a scientist gets a piece of news in a newspaper or on television concerning his own field of research, eight times ou

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