Science Communication “examines the nature of expertise, the diffusion of knowledge, and the communication of science and technology among professionals and to the public.” It covers topics such as “health care policy, educational reform, international development, and environmental risk.”
The intersection with i2S comes in the areas of knowledge diffusion and research communication. Relevant papers in 2015 and 2016 covered: researcher use of newspaper op eds, along with a range of case studies including public engagement by researchers, communicating sensitive issues, and bridging the research practice gap.
Posted: August 2016
Last modified: February 2018