Month: March 2017

  • Social media to the rescue for RRI in China?

    Social media to the rescue for RRI in China?

    Science journalism in China suffers from both lack of interest and a top-down approach, with a focus on science literacy rather than public involvement. While traditional science journalism declines, the blooming of new online outlets has brought novel, promising ways to report on science By Berit Viuf Words like accuracy, independence, objectivity, impartiality and fairness…

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    We are preparing the first issue of our upcoming newsletter, where Berit and Gorm will report about what’s going on the border of ethics and science journalism. Click here to signup The newsletter will come out two times a year  with updates on the discussion among science journalists on Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI).