The new issue of the Journal of Science Communication (JCOM), includes a set of seven commentaries, inspired by discussions held at the Science in Public Conference in Sheffield in July 2017.
We are pleased to announce that the third issue of JCOM for 2017 is now online.
Go to https://jcom.sissa.it/ to find all articles, available open access.
The new issue features four original research papers on the use of humour in popular science articles, RRI exhibits in science museums, narratives as a mode of research evaluation in citizen science, and a content analysis of media framing of hydraulic fracturing and Oklahoma earthquakes.
A set of seven commentaries, inspired by discussions held at the Science in Public 2017 Conference (University of Sheffield, UK) and coordinated by Editor in Chief Emma Weitkamp, focuses on contemporary issues in science communication and how science and technology are shaping what it means to be human.
You can also subscribe to receive the table of contents of upcoming new issues on the JCOM website.