Images, Spaces, and Emotions: Non-discursive Aspects of Science Communication
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This is a story from a few years back—from 2005, to be exact—but one that might still ring true for some forms of science communication. It dates from the height of UK interest in public engagement with science. Science cafes, panel debates, and dialogue events were popping up all over. This particular event was held in a bar in central London; part of a series on drugs, it brought together a set of invited speakers who worked on different aspects of psychiatric research and treatment.