|Issue 4 (2014)||Science, Its Publics and New Media. Reflecting on the Present and Future of Science Communication.||Abstract PDF|
|Issue 6 (2016)||The spread of Ebola: How the world health organization’s rhetoric contributed to virus transmission||Abstract PDF|
|Issue 4 (2014)||The Conquest of Readers. Evolutionary Challenges of Science Communication in an Extreme Environment.||Abstract PDF|
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|Issue 4 (2014)||Minority Languages and Science Communication. ‘Elhuyar’: Journalism and Science in Basque||Abstract PDF|
|Issue 4 (2014)||Will the Internet Save or Condemn Science Press? The Experience of French Magazine ‘La Recherche’.||Abstract PDF|
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