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From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 16, Issue 7) Peer-Reviewed'Public engagement with science' has become a 'buzzword' reflecting a concern about the widening gap between science and society and efforts to bridge this gap. This study is a comprehensive analysis of the development...
From:JCOM: Journal of Science Communication (Vol. 19, Issue 7) Peer-ReviewedTwelve researchers from 11 countries used autoethnographic techniques, keeping diaries over 10 weeks of the COVID-19 crisis, to observe and reflect on changes in the role and cultural authority of science during...
From:South African Journal of Science (Vol. 113, Issue 11-12) Peer-ReviewedOn 3 December 1967, a South African surgeon stunned the world when he performed the first human heart transplant in Cape Town's Groote Schuur Hospital--a dramatic story that has been told numerous times. Here, I will...
From:JCOM: Journal of Science Communication (Vol. 19, Issue 7) Peer-ReviewedThis study explores how South African newspaper cartoonists portrayed the novel coronavirus during the initial months of the COVID-19 pandemic. We show how these cartoons respond to the socio-economic and cultural...
From:South African Journal of Science (Vol. 116, Issue 7-8) Peer-ReviewedAround the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has turned a handful of leading scientists into highly visible public figures. Anthony Fauci is the media star in the USA; Roberto Burioni in Italy; and in Sweden, it is Anders...
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