Researchers from the Annenberg Public Policy Center will be presenting work this week at the National Communication Association 102nd Annual Convention in Philadelphia.
Pope Francis’ 2015 encyclical on the environment, “Laudato Si’,” did not rally broad public support for climate change among Catholics and non-Catholics, according to a new study from researchers at the Annenberg Public Policy Center.
An essay in Science magazine this month defends the vital importance of basic scientific research and references the work of the policy center's science communication program in advancing that message.
More than three dozen CEOs and other top executives of U.S. businesses argued that federal funding for basic scientific research is an investment in Americans’ prosperity, security and quality of life.
Annenberg Public Policy Center postdoctoral fellow Asheley R. Landrum will discuss her research at a workshop next month in Potsdam, Germany, on the papal encyclical on climate change.
Most Floridians favor the use of genetically modified mosquitoes to fight the spread of Zika virus and are significantly more likely to approve of it than people who live outside Florida, the Annenberg Science Knowledge survey has found.
Floridians see themselves at greater risk of being infected with Zika compared with other people nationally, and more Floridians than non-Florida residents have takening steps to protect themselves, an APPC survey finds.
Many Americans hold mistaken beliefs about Zika virus. To help provide the public with accurate information, the policy center has released a free "A Guide to Effective Zika Coverage" for writers, editors, reporters and broadcasters.