I just wanted to share this article by Hannah Baker entitled The public don’t want to be involved in science policy.
In her article Hannah Baker questions the link between scientific literacy and the public’s will to engage in controversies on science.
If people feel that they Read more »
Cancer Research UK, a British charity financing cancer research, has launched an original initiative aiming at involving citizens in cancer research.
The Click to Cure initiative emerged from the researchers’ need to accelerate the analysis of a growing amount of data. The principle is simple: you Read more »
I am so happy I have met Nina Bjerglund! I wanted to make a short interview with her to know more about her research project on “Social Media and Public Health Research”, but it turned into a very long – but delightful and inspiring! – meeting where we discussed Read more »
A meeting with Peter Hyldgård last week gave me an interesting insight into the work of videnskab.dk, the Danish science news agency.
Videnskab.dk was created in 2008 as a response to the recommendations published by a gouvernemental think tank on public understanding of science (the report is available Read more »