Some of the editors of science communication media who participated in the seminar «Science and the Press» answer the question: «Why is science journalism
What should happen for a science news item to reach a great audience? Can a science issue acquire media relevance?
We talked to Hans Peter Peters, sociologist in the Jülich Research Institute and Professor of the Free University of Berlin, and Susanna Priest, Professor
What are the keys to consolidate a science communication publication? What is the profile of the reader who approaches science?
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.
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
Scientific communication research is an increasingly important field in communication and journalism research. The «Science and the Press» Seminar, organized
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.
© Anna Sanchis The relationship between science and the press is the main focus of the workshop Mètode
Cancer, despite the phenomenal medical advances achieved during the last decades, poses as one of the most