This book - a companion volume to Science Exhibitions: Communication and Evaluation - examines how best to disseminate science to the public through a variety of new and traditional media. With essays from leading practitioners in the field, and over 500 pages, it provides an authoritative, stimulating overview of new, innovative and successful initiatives. The essays draw on cutting-edge experience throughout the world, and include contributions from Australia, Brazil, France, Germany, Singapore and New Zealand – as well as the UK and USA.
Editor Anastasia Filippoupoliti, says: “In this book, I wanted to examine the narratives generated in science exhibitions and tackle some of the challenges museums experience in transforming scientific concepts or events into three-dimensional exhibits.”
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