A New Edition of Public Understanding of Science Is Now Available

December 13, 2019

Public Understand of Science (vol. 28, no. 3, 2019) is available online by subscription only.

Articles include:

  • “Content, Evaluations and Influences in Newspaper Coverage of Predictive Genetic Testing: A Comparative Media Content Analysis from the United Kingdom and Switzerland” by Bettina M. Zimmermann et al.
  • “From Engaging Publics to Engaging Knowledges: Enacting “Appropriateness” in the Austrian Biobank Infrastructure” by Melanie Goisauf and Anna P Durnová
  • “Situating Anticipation in Everyday Life: Using Sensory Methods to Explore Public Expectations of Synthetic Biology” by Robert Meckin and Andrew Balmer
  • “‘Globalist War against Humanity Shifts Into High Gear’: Online Anti-Vaccination Websites and ‘Anti-Public’ Discourse” by Mark Davis