Some of the editors of science communication media who participated in the seminar «Science and the Press» answer the question: «Why is science journalism

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What should happen for a science news item to reach a great audience? Can a science issue acquire media relevance?

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We talked to Hans Peter Peters, sociologist in the Jülich Research Institute and Professor of the Free University of Berlin, and Susanna Priest, Professor

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What are the keys to consolidate a science communication publication? What is the profile of the reader who approaches science?

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Why are men hairier than women?

Question sent by TAMAR ARENAS (Belfast). PAU CARAZO answers: The quick and easy answer to this question is that men are actually not hairier than women.

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Question sent by TERESA OLIVER (Alcoi). EDUARD ESTIVILL and NURIA ROURE answer: Sleep and waking life are brain functions and are thus subject to changes of

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Scientific communication research is an increasingly important field in communication and journalism research. The «Science and the Press» Seminar, organized

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Question sent by VÍCTOR SOLVES (València). ENRIQUE FONT answers: Caudal autotomy is a defence mechanism against predators, and it is widespread among lizards and some snakes.

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© Anna Sanchis The relationship between science and the press is the main focus of the workshop Mètode

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Cancer, despite the phenomenal medical advances achieved during the last decades, poses as one of the most

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