Tag Archives: Brigitte Nerlich

Is STS trivial?

In a recent Making Science Public post, Chris Toumey asked is STS trivial? Since I’ve written about Science and Technology Studies (STS) on a number of occasions, I found it an interesting post and posed a question in the comments. … Continue reading

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Guest post: ‘An inconvenient truth’ – Exploring the dynamics of making climate change public

This is a guest post by Brigitte Nerlich and Warren Pearce about their new paper called ‘An inconvenient truth’: A social representation of scientific expertise. I’ve never really had a discussion about Al Gore and “An inconvenient truth” on this … Continue reading

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A new logo for the GWPF

Brigitte Nerlich had a recent article on the Making Science Public blog about how to do things with GIFs. In particular, how they can be used in online science communication. The article also made it into other magazines, such as … Continue reading

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