Communication in science

Communication in research
Science communication
Scientific communications

Communicating science: a global perspective

This publication is a comprehensive attempt to chart the history of science communication as it developed in the modern era. It tells the story from the perspective of researchers and practitioners in the field, collecting accounts of how modern science communication has developed internationally.

Communication and climate change: what the Australian public thinks

While the majority of Australians believe climate change is a real phenomenon, some confusion and misconceptions exist when trying to decipher the information presented by the media and other communication specialists. In October 2010, CSIRO conducted an internet survey aimed at understanding the current attitudes...
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Transformations in cultural and scientific communication

Whether we like it or not, the internet has evolved to create a new spatiality, one that is built on communication and curiosity. Social media or web 2.0 technologies have extended this format to enable audiences to connect to organisations and to each other, in...