Science and technology, art and literature


Could a tabletop game be used to develop dialogue around scientific topics?
Sam Illingworth and Paul Wake used their Catan: Global Warming expansion as a case study. What do you think about it?


We used content analysis to analyse the representation of female scientists in animated short films on gender and science, selected from the Anima Mundi Festival, over 21 annual editions.


An analysis of how public discourses about desirable and achievable futures are addressed at World’s Fairs and scientific-technological theme parks, focusing on the 1939 New York World’s Fair and the EPCOT center in the U.S.


What kind of impact is the rise of Artificial Intelligence going to have on science news? AI writing bots might revolutionise science journalism as we know it.


Through qualitative, semi-structured interviews with 14 science comic creators, the paper explores their identities and perceptions of their role in science communication.


Marked by the diversity of initiatives linking science and art and by new presentation formats, the 15th Congress of the Network for Popularisation of Science and Technology in Latin America and th


Much of science communication is peer-to-peer communication in collaborative networks for innovation from the fuzzy front-end of innovation until the marketing back-end.


This study addresses an open question about science bloggers' self-perceived roles as science communicators.


The representation of self and the nature of our identities often converge through technological forms.


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