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Issue 4 (2014) Science, Its Publics and New Media. Reflecting on the Present and Future of Science Communication. Abstract PDF
Dominique Brossard
Issue 6 (2016) Scientific ethos and the cinematic zombie outbreak: Science in fictional narratives Abstract PDF
Leah Ceccarelli
Issue 6 (2016) A vindication of ethnobotany: Between natural and social science Abstract PDF
Joan Vallès Xirau, Teresa Garnatje
Issue 7 (2017) Science from women’s lives. Better Science? How gendered studies improve science and lives Abstract PDF
Carmen Magallón Portolés
Issue 4 (2014) The Two Cultures. Scientists and Journalists, Not an Outdated Relationship. Abstract PDF
Hans Peter Peters
Issue 4 (2014) A Changing Media Landscape. Science, the Public and the Press: The Case of Climate Change Abstract PDF
Susanna Priest
Issue 6 (2016) Science in Verne and Poe: The Pym case Abstract PDF
Juan Marcos Bonet Safont
Issue 7 (2017) Science and ideology: The case of physics in Nazi Germany Abstract PDF
Philip Ball
Issue 6 (2016) The spread of Ebola: How the world health organization’s rhetoric contributed to virus transmission Abstract PDF
Celeste Condit
Issue 6 (2016) The sleep of (scientific) reason produces (literary) monsters. Or, how science and literature shake hands Abstract PDF
Daniel Genís i Mas
Issue 5 (2015) Science: Perception and Instability. Can There Be a Single Description? Abstract PDF
Pedro Ruiz-Castell
Issue 7 (2017) The conversion of the atom: Nuclear science and ideology in Francoist Spain Abstract PDF
Xavier Roqué Rodríguez
Issue 7 (2017) Astronomy and space on the big screen: How accurately has cinema portrayed space travel and other astrophysical concepts? Abstract PDF
Miguel Alcubierre
Issue 5 (2015) What Is Scientific about Social Science? The Complexity of Measuring Human Behavior Abstract PDF
Susanna Priest
Issue 5 (2015) Science Novels. Science and Technology in Fiction. Abstract PDF
Miquel Barceló
Issue 4 (2014) Minority Languages and Science Communication. ‘Elhuyar’: Journalism and Science in Basque Abstract PDF
Ana Galarraga
Issue 5 (2015) Science, Art and Revelation. Or Chromatic Theory for Interdisciplinary Knowledge Abstract PDF
Jorge Wagensberg
Issue 4 (2014) The Conquest of Readers. Evolutionary Challenges of Science Communication in an Extreme Environment. Abstract PDF
María Pilar Perla Mateo
Issue 5 (2015) What Is Science? A Historian’s Perplexities Abstract PDF
Patricia Fara
Issue 5 (2015) Poe: A Scientist at Heart. The History of Science Fiction. Abstract PDF
Fernando J. Ballesteros Roselló, Eusebio V. Llácer Llorca
Issue 5 (2015) Science, Scientists and Literature. The Role of Literature in Promoting Science and Technology Abstract PDF
Jordi Solbes Matarredona, Manel Josep Traver Ribes
Issue 3 (2013) The Road to Real Equality the Presence of Woman in Academia Abstract PDF
Ana Lluch Hernández
Issue 3 (2013) Women and Science.Genealogy of Exclusion Abstract PDF
Josep Lluís Barona
Issue 4 (2014) Will the Internet Save or Condemn Science Press? The Experience of French Magazine ‘La Recherche’. Abstract PDF
Luc Allemand
Issue 3 (2013) Collaboration 2.0: Prospects of Popular Science Abstract PDF
Sergio Parra Castillo
Issue 4 (2014) Romantic Travellers: Alexander von Humboldt and Charles Darwin Abstract PDF
Raimon Sucarrats Riera
Issue 5 (2015) Social Robots: A Meeting Point Between Science and Fiction Abstract PDF
Carme Torras
Issue 7 (2017) Evolutionary biology and beliefs: How ideology can draw different social stances from science Abstract PDF
Michael Ruse
Issue 3 (2013) Science and Moral. Origins of Motherhood as a Monopolising Vocation Abstract PDF
Mònica Bolufer
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