Issue 02, 2015

11/06/2015

Measuring impact may be challenging, but does that mean we should accept a lack of ambition? Researchers in all fields are grappling with the challenge...

23/04/2015

In this paper, we investigate who are the explainers who work is Brazilian science centres and museums. We used an online survey, which was answered by...

28/04/2015

This paper discusses the value and place of evaluation amidst increasing demands for impact. We note that most informal learning institutions do not have...

07/05/2015

Scientists’ participation in science communication and public engagement activities is considered important and a duty. However, in particular, the...

14/05/2015

Communication of scientific knowledge has been caught up in a pedagogical struggle between science literacy ideologies. The backseat role taken by the...

21/05/2015

Throughout the second half of the twentieth century a varied collection of pressure mechanisms were deployed from nuclear technology exporting countries...

26/05/2015

A survey was conducted during the University of Manchester’s 2014 ‘Science Extravaganza’, which saw the participation of over 900 Key Stage 3 (ages 11–14...

11/06/2015

The representation of self and the nature of our identities often converge through technological forms. This study investigates the promotional...