Yuri Castelfranchi

21/06/2017

Thanks, on the one hand, to the extraordinary availability of colossal textual archives and, on the other hand, to advances in computational...

22/09/2014

We analysed the representations of science and of scientists at Jornal Nacional, the main Brazilian TV news. We carried out content and frames analysis,...

30/10/2009

In a brief text written in 1990, Gilles Deleuze took his friend Michel Foucault’s work as a starting point and spoke of new forces at work in society....

19/06/2009

The recent events related to the spread of the influenza virus A (H1N1) have drawn again the attention of science communication experts to old issues,...

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...

21/03/2006

The people of Val di Susa (Italy) blocked the construction of the new high-speed railway line that should connect Turin with Lyons (France). This project...

21/09/2005

The historian Marshall Berman wrote that living in modern times means "to find ourselves in an environment that promises us adventure, power, joy, growth...

21/12/2004

Internal scientific communication and public communication of science and technology are growing in Brazil at a good pace, along with scientific...

21/09/2004

The eighth convention of the PCST (Public Communication of Science and Technology) network, which took place in Barcelona this June, emphasised an...

21/09/2004

In a beautiful Barcelona, bathed in sun, the 8th PCST Congress was celebrated at the beginning of June.1 Besides the magnificent location of this year,...

21/06/2004

The problem of accessing data is as old as science itself. Complete popularisation of scientific data (of a theoretical model), and even more so of the...

21/09/2003

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21/06/2002

What may be defined as the "standard model" of the public communication of science began to develop in the second half of the nineteenth century, gained...