Paola Rodari

15/12/2015

The design, delivery and evaluation of JCOM Masterclasses has given us the opportunity to reflect on the audiences, training needs and training schemes...

31/03/2015

This issue sees the implementation of new designs for the JCOM website and articles and there are plans for further updates over the next year. In a...

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...

11/12/2013

In the last two years SISSA Medialab designed, tested and evaluated two projects aiming at empowering children (in one case) and teenagers (in the other...

21/09/2012

The SCOOP project aimed to maximise the potential for the transfer of research findings into policy using European-funded socio-economic sciences and...

21/06/2010

Luckily enough, more democracy is always called for. Even in countries that can truly be described as democratic. And democracy (which is a constant...

21/09/2009

In January this year, the US saw the publication of the preview of an impressive review work on the practices and the studies concerning learning science...

19/09/2008

The educational function of science museums was born with the first naturalistic collections ever, flourished in 16th-century Italy. The pedagogic...

20/09/2007

The first step of the SEDEC project has been a survey on teachers and pupils perception of science, scientists, and the European dimension of science....

21/06/2007

ECSITE is the European network of science centres and museums (www.ecsite.net). The ECSITE Annual Conference,...

21/06/2006

In May 2004 the Balì Museum, Planetarium and interactive science museum, was opened to the public in Italy: 35 hands-on exhibits designed according to...

09/12/2005

While the model for transmitting scientific information ­ a model that attributes the effects of a message on the public to the intent of the...

09/12/2005

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