Science journalists can stimulate public debate in areas where science and technology impacts the social and natural worlds. But how can effective science journalism be encouraged in the developing world?
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Communicators and journalists complement one another and should work together to promote public engagement with scientific knowledge.
Scientists in developing countries should increase the quality of their research by publishing more good papers, not fewer, says Rafael Loyola.
Budgetary constraints and political apathy have resulted in poor science communication in India, says Archita Bhatta.
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