Nico Pitrelli

24/06/2013

A new editorial board is guiding JCOM through a period of change and here opens out the discussion on what JCOM has become and what it could or should...

20/03/2013

In the next few months, JCOM will undergo relevant changes. A new owner will take charge of its editorial management and define new development...

21/12/2010

A workshop on science journalism organised at SISSA of Trieste, Italy a few weeks ago outlined scenarios that should serve as a source for debate among...

21/09/2009

Jcom’s adventure was launched nearly eight years ago, when a group of lecturers and former students of the Master’s degree in Science Communication at...

20/03/2009

A recent article published in Science Communication addresses the training issue in issue in our discipline. Henk Mulder and his colleagues discuss the...

21/03/2008

To give a good public speech is art; but definitely more difficult is to organize a productive exchange of points of views between scientists, experts,...

20/09/2007

The summer now gone has reported two episodes we would like to bring to the attention of the JCOM readers. Two minor pieces of news, unlikely to be in...

21/03/2007

What professional future awaits those who have attended a school in science communication? This has become an ever more urgent question, when you...

21/06/2006

The American particle physics community is in jeopardy and may end up drowning in a boundless sea trying to grasp at non-existing funds, dragging US...

09/12/2005

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21/06/2005

Science and technology: these are the mainstays China wants to concentrate on in order to stabilise its future as an emerging world power. Beijing plans...

21/03/2004

On 15 September 2001, thirteen major international journals, coordinated by the International Committee of Medical Journals Editors (ICMJE), published a...

21/03/2004

There is a substantial divergence between the standards of integrity associated with "good science" and the problems imposed by the conflict of interest...

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...

21/06/2002

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

21/03/2002

Ever since Galileo's time, scientists have been interested in how to create a perfect language capable of supporting communication at a horizontal level...