Issue 03, Autumn-Winter 2013

11/12/2013

Many science communication activities identify children as their main target. There are several reasons for this, even if, quite often, they are not...

24/09/2013

For lay people, mass media are the main source of scientific information; that is why science journalists’ selection and depiction of scientific issues...

07/10/2013

Scientists intermittently appear on television news as experts to inform and comment on current events. This study explores whether their appearance adds...

05/11/2013

Citizen Science (or “Public Participation in Scientific Research”), has attracted attention as a new way of engaging the public with science through...

11/12/2013

Science is part of our everyday live; so is art. Some art installations that link the two require the active presence of the spectator. Thereby they help...

11/12/2013

This paper analyses the adoption of new information and communication technologies (ICTs) by Spanish journalists specialising in science. Applying an...