issue 02, june 2002

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...

21/06/2002

What may be defined as the "standard model" of the public communication of science began to develop in the second half of the nineteenth century, gained...

21/06/2002

"We can only appeal to society, considering that governments and parties have fallen constantly short of expectations since the late eighties. The public...

21/06/2002

"I consider Leopardi's poetry and pessimism to be the best expression of what a scientist's credo should be". This quotation is from Bertrand Russell, no...

21/06/2002

According to Einstein's renowned declaration, for those who believe in physics ­ or, more precisely, in its capability to offer a "scientific"...

21/06/2002

Popularising mathematics requires a preliminary reflection on language and terms, the choice of which results from underlying dynamics. The aim of this...

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