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Can Science Communication Workshops Train Scientists for Reflexive Public Engagement? The ESConet Experience

Notions of Identity, Society, and Rhetoric in a Speech Code of Science Among Scientists and Engineers Working in Nanotechnology

Critical review of the United Kingdom’s “gold standard” survey of public attitudes to science

Being Objective With a Personal Perspective :How Environmental Journalists at Two Chinese Newspapers Articulate and Practice Objectivity

Ethics and the Responsible Conduct of Research in the Chemical Community: The Unique Role and Challenges of the News Media

W. G. Schulz, Ethics and the Responsible Conduct of Research in the Chemical Community: The Unique Role and Challenges of the News Media, Accountability in Research: Policies & Quality Assurance, vol. 22, no. 6, pp. 384-401, 2015.

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