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Mètode, Annual Review 2017

Unravelling Science. Pulling the thread of knowledge

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ISSN: 2174-3487

Matèria: ciències

Idioma: anglès

Any ed.: 2017

Enquadernació: rústica

Format: 21 x 28 cm.

Pàgines: 224

Mètode Science Studies Journal is devoted to the study and popularisation of science. Mètode SSJ is a place where science communication is both practised and studied; a meeting point for sciences and humanities. Its interdisciplinary nature acommodates the participation of artist, philosophers, sociologist, historians, journalists and litterateurs. Its strength and originality lies in this balance between theory and practice.

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UNRAVELLING SCIENCE: PULLING THE THREAD OF KNOWLEDGE

Mètode Science Studies Journal - Volume 7 (2017)

OP-ED ARTICLES

Editorial, Martí Domínguez

The value of knowledge, Pilar Campins

Publishing science: A chronic problem, Javier Tejada Palacios

THE SECRETS OF THE BRAIN. AN EVOLUTIONARY PERSPECTIVE ON NEUROSCIENCE

Building brains that can evolve: Challenges and prospects for evo-devo neurobiology

Georg F Striedter

Architect genes of the brain: A look at brain evolution through genoarchitecture

Jose Luis Ferran

Next stop: Language. The ‘FOXP2’ gene’s journey through time

Adriana Schatton,Constance Scharff

Human brain evolution: How the increase of brain plasticity made us a cultural species

Aida Gómez-Robles,Chet C. Sherwood

From metaphor to action: Embodied language cognition

Pilar Casado

INTERFERENCE. THE TROUBLED RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SCIENCE AND IDEOLOGY

Evolutionary biology and beliefs: How ideology can draw different social stances from science

Michael Ruse

Charles Darwin and ideology: Rethinking the Darwinian revolution

Janet Browne

Science and ideology: The case of physics in Nazi Germany

Philip Ball

The conversion of the atom: Nuclear science and ideology in Francoist Spain

Xavier Roqué Rodríguez

A reconciliation with Darwin? Divergent views on evolutionism in Erich Wasmann and Jaime Pujiula, biologists and Jesuits

Juli Peretó,Jesús I. Català

SHESCIENCE. SCIENCE FROM A GENDER PERSPECTIVE

An open path for gender equality in research: When women scientists question the state of science and the institutions embrace the criticism

Ana Sánchez,Teresa Samper-Gras, Marcela Jabbaz, Capitolina Díaz

Science from women’s lives. Better Science? How gendered studies improve science and lives

Carmen Magallón Portolés

Breaking the glass ceiling: The doctoral thesis defence as a key turning point

Nazareth Gallego Morón

The science of difference: The invisibility of women in health sciences

Carme Valls-Llobet

Gender research from multiple disciplines: Profiles, commitments and interrelations in an interdisciplinary group

Marine Buet

Crazy about science: The difficulty of mixing accountability and caregiving

Sandra Obiol Francés, Alícia Villar Aguilés

VIOLENT UNIVERSE. HIGH-ENERGY ASTROPHYSICS AND COSMOLOGY IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY

Interstellar travel guide: Chronicles of a violent universe

Manel Perucho,   José A. Font

A mysterious Universe: Revealing the bright and dark sides of the cosmos

Susana Planelles,Veronica Biffi

An extraordinary view of the universe: The use of X-ray vision in space science

Aneta Siemiginowska

The extragalactic gamma-ray sky: A view on the most powerful phenomena in the universe

Monica Orienti

Another way of looking at the sky: Neutrino telescopes

Juan Zúñiga Román,Juan de Dios Zornoza Gómez,Juan José Hernández Rey

Ghost particles in the universe: Neutrinos in astrophysics and cosmology

Georg Gottfried Raffelt

Space, time, and irreversibility: The philosophical problems of contemporary astrophysics

Gustavo Esteban Romero

Astronomy and space on the big screen: How accurately has cinema portrayed space travel and other astrophysical concepts?

Miguel Alcubierre