Two Major New Publications on Science Exhibitions Now Available
These two major new publications which examine how best to disseminate science to the public through a variety of new and traditional media.
Together, the 40-plus essays they contain provide a stimulating overview of new, innovative and successful initiatives in this field, written by many of the museum community’s most experienced and thoughtful practitioners.
The essays draw on cutting-edge experience throughout the world, with contributions from Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Greece, Japan, Mexico, Portugal Singapore and New Zealand - as well as the UK and USA. The two publications - Science Exhibitions: Curation & Design and Science Exhibitions: Communication & Evaluation - are available either separately or together.
Among the world-class organisations sharing their insights and experience in the books' 1000-plus pages are:
* Canada Agriculture Museum
* Centre de Sociologie de l’Innovation, Paris
* Center for Nanotechnology in Society, Arizona State University
* Columbia University, USA
* English Heritage, UK
* Huntington Library & Botanical Gardens, USA
* Institute of Education, University of London, UK
* Liberty Science Center, New Jersey
* Miami Science Center, USA
* MIDE (Museo Interactivo de Economía), Mexico
* Museum Victoria, Australia
* New York Hall of Science, USA
* Science Museum, London
* Wellcome Collection, London
* Yale University, USA
Because of the importance of the content, we’re releasing both books in our Preview Edition format, which provides early access to all the books’ essays - before they’re published. You can order either one or both volumes now and:
* receive a complimentary copy of the final paperback edition(s) on publication;
* read, download or print the essays immediately;
* help shape the final content by interacting with the authors and editor;
* save by buying at a reduced pre-publication rate.
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