Science communication reconsidered

@article{Bubela2009ScienceCR,
  title={Science communication reconsidered},
  author={T. Bubela and Matthew C. Nisbet and R. Borchelt and F. Brunger and C. Critchley and E. Einsiedel and Gail Geller and Anil Gupta and J{\"u}rgen Hampel and R. Hyde-Lay and Eric Jandciu and S. A. Jones and P. Kolopack and S. Lane and T. Lougheed and B. Nerlich and Ubaka Ogbogu and Kathleen O'Riordan and C. Ouellette and M. Spear and Stephen Strauss and Thushaanthini Thavaratnam and L. Willemse and T. Caulfield},
  journal={Nature Biotechnology},
  year={2009},
  volume={27},
  pages={514-518}
}
As new media proliferate and the public's trust and engagement in science are influenced by industry involvement in academic research, an interdisciplinary workshop provides some recommendations to enhance science communication. 
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