Englehard et al provide a wide-ranging look at synthetic biology, from discussion of how one might classify different synthetic approaches to consideratio
Science cafés offer a place for information and discussion for all who are interested in science and its broader implications for society.
Citizen science continues to grow, potentially increasing competition among projects to recruit and retain volunteers interested in participating.
This paper provides an analysis of the implementation and the outcomes of Scienza Attiva, an Italian national project for secondary school students, that
Much of science communication is peer-to-peer communication in collaborative networks for innovation from the fuzzy front-end of innovation until the mark
Social media is increasingly being used by science communicators, journalists and government agencies to engage in discourse with a range of publics.
This study of the science communication views and practices of African researchers ― academics at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST)
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In response to Weingart and Guenther , this essay explores t
This issue of JCOM presents some interesting challenges relating to trust and the media ecology that supports science communication.
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