issue 01, march 2003

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...

21/03/2003

In a brief article published by Science1 last October, British scientists stated that the expression "Public Understanding of Science" (PUS), which was...

21/03/2003

In the last few years, a continuous series of food alerts have caught the attention of the media and the public in Europe. First, eggs and pork...

21/03/2003

Compared to expert-to-expert - or peer-to-peer - communication, the language of popular science is characterised by a wider use of figurative devices....

21/03/2003

Terms such as gmo, genetic tests and pharmacogenomics, which were once used only by experts, belong today to everyday language. The new vocabulary of...

21/03/2003

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