This letter reflects on how the role of science in society evolved in 2016.
Written in response to a previous article by Weingart and Guenther  in JCOM, this
In considering the ethos of science, Robert Merton  posited that openness and secrecy reflect opposing values in the accomplishment of science.
The letter compares and contrasts thinking about making science accessible and relevant to children in science centres and museums with thinking about com
Whilst welcoming Jensen’s response to our original paper, we suggest that our main arg
The increasing number of magazine covers dedicated to brain studies and the success of magazines and scientific journals entirely dedicated to brain and m
The Internet is by far the most intensely used communication tool of today and the main channel of interaction in the globalized world.
This article explores whether some scientists have now actually been developing a type of science apt to be published as a piece of news, yet lacking a re
On March 2007 JCOM issue, Bruce Lewenstein made this question: why should we care about science books?
In Europe, much effort has been devoted to explore the causes of the decline in number of university matriculations of science students and to identify ge
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