carbon capture and storage
Anthropology in Practice – The Stories Our Refrigerators Tell
Committee on the Anthropology of Science, Technology, and Computing (CASTAC) – Translating South Asian Classical Medicine for Global Markets
Savage Minds –
- Computers and Sociocultural Anthropology
- Album Art for Anthropology
- Ethnoscience: Being Scientific with Computers
Somatosphere – Scale
CARBON CAPTURE & STORAGE
The Guardian –
- Will carbon capture and storage ever make fossil fuels safe?
- UK carbon capture plants must get go-ahead within year, say MPs
The Climate Institute (Australia) –
Environmental Communication – Global Journalism in Decision-Making Moments: A Case Study of Canadian and American Television Coverage of the 2009 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Copenhagen [Ahead of Print]
The Guardian –
- California governor links wildfire increase to climate change
- The Times has fallen for an unfounded climate change conspiracy theory
- ‘Climategate’ had only fleeting effect on global warming scepticism
- John Oliver’s viral video: the best climate debate you’ll ever see
CONFERENCE ROUND UP
CIRCLING THE SQUARE: Research, Politics, Media and Impact (20-22 May 2014, University of Nottingham)
Making Science Public blog –
- The Impact awards: A short story for the Circling the square conference
- Academic jargon in the social sciences: self-indulgence or necessary evil?
- Blogging the Circling of the Square
- Going round in circles?
- Science is not what you want it to be
Culture Digitally – Geek [draft] [#digitalkeywords]
Grist – Stop Fracked Gas Exports Now!
The Guardian –
- British fracking support falls below 50%, poll shows
- Fracking: shock and awe will not win the battle of Britain
- Fracking in Tunbridge Wells: ‘Where is it going to stop?’
- No shale gas potential in Weald basin, concludes British Geological Survey
- Cuadrilla prepares next wave of UK fracking planning applications
- Write-down of two-thirds of US shale oil explodes fracking myth
- Fracking compensation to be increased
LSE Media Policy Project – Baseless Moral Panic: Parents should ask Why Kids use Internet, not Blame It
Nieman Journalism Lab – When “data jouranlism” becomes “datum journalism”
Journal of Risk Research – Nuclear licensing in the United States: enhancing public confidence in the regulatory process
The Scholarly Kitchen – Open Access: Fundamentals to Fundamentalists
Journal of Risk Research – More questions than answers: a response to ‘Four questions for risk communication’ by Roger Kasperson (2014)
Just Publics @365 – How Should a Community Use Digital Media to Plan for Emergency Response?
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology – ResearchGate: Disseminating, communicating, and measuring Scholarship?
The Scholarly Kitchen – University Presses: “Under Fire” or Just Under the Gun (Like the Rest of Us)?
SCIENCE – COMMERCIALIZATION
SCIENCE – COMMUNICATION
Attheinterface – The peril of the press release
Canadian Science Writers’ Association – Raisins In Space: The Role of Analogies in Science Journalism
History and Technology – Making science at home: visual displays of space science and nuclear physics at the Science Museum and on television in postwar Britain [Ahead of Print]
The Plainspoken Scientist (AGU blogosphere) – Crafting Your Own Visuals for Science Communication: Part II
SCIENCE – DATA
F1000 Research blog – Stopping the rot: ensuring continued access to scientific data, irrespective of age.
SCIENCE – EDUCATION
Science & Education –
- Using Metaphor Theory to Examine Conceptions of Energy in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics
- Teaching Energy Concepts by Working on Themes of Cultural and Environmental Value
SCIENCE – & POLICY
The Bridge (AGU blogosphere) – Applying science to natural resource policy issues: Social science joins natural and physical sciences
SCIENCE – PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT
Cultural Cognition Project blog – More on public “trust of scientists”: *You* tell *me* what it means!
Refractive Index – An Experiment in Dialogue: from facts to values
Social Media Examiner – 2014 Social Media Marketing Industry Report
The Guardian – Science Weekly podcast: the synthetic biology revolution
LSE Review of Books – Book Review: Are We All Scientific Experts Now? by Harry Collins
OTHER ROUND UPS
Campaign for Science & Engineering (CaSe; UK) – Recent Round up
CitizenSci (PLoS blogs) – Coop’s Citizen Sci Scoop: Weekly Roundup
Don’t Get Caught (Communications) – Weekend Read
The Guardian – Green news roundup: bison, Fukushima and carbon capture
Nieman Journalism Lab – This Week in Review: Politics, gender, and digital innovation at The New York Times
Not Exactly Rocket Science (Ed Yong’s blog) – I’ve Got Your Missing Links Right Here (05 May 2014)
Retraction Watch – Weekend reads: Scientific bullying (again), science journalism looks inward
Speakers of Science – Reads of the Week 23 May 2014 – Ageing, Infographic Crack, the longitude prize and more!
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