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Science news release and its benefits to your research

Chang, You-De
Fonte: Baishideng Publishing Group Inc Publicador: Baishideng Publishing Group Inc
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News release to the latest science findings is beneficial to both researchers and their served institutions as well as the public. It will help to set a bridge of communication between researchers, the public and media, and publishers, making the latest research findings well known to the public. World Journal of Gastroenterology has currently freely opened the News Release Service System (WJG-NRSS) for original articles with potential significance and novelty for news release to mass media to broaden the findings to the public.

R.I.T. news & events October 17, 2008; Rochester Instituite of Technology news & events October 17, 2008; R.I.T. News and events October 17, 2008; RIT news & events October 17, 2008

Carvalho, Vienna; Downs, Kelly; Dube, Will; Gawlowicz, Susan; Ghazle, Hamad; Hoag, Sherry; Livadas, Greg; Morphy, Marcia; Murad, Susan; Saffran, Michael; Stella, Paul
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
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RIT celebrates groundbreaking for Vignelli Center for Design Studies; Sustainability Ph.D. gets state approval; Roar Day: The fund for RIT; Athletics opens doors for NTID student; Annual staff awards honor outstanding employees; Professor captures beauty, science in winning image: ‘Spinning string’ photo intrigues judges at International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge; Philanthropy everyone can believe in; Moka Lantum selected as next Minett Professor: Diversity education in business, health care is instructor’s goal; RIT Dubai sets standards for future collaborations; Brick City Homecoming 2008; Scientists peer through frozen ‘cooling lake’ to gauge energy production;RIT helps create the next step in the information revolution—quantum optics; Administrators to assist sponsored research team; Research looks at environmental impact of marine gas emissions; RIT, Harris Corp. team up to enhance communication security; The key to student retention; RIT music director wins prestigious fellowship: Sabbatical will focus on research of 18th-century music, history; Campus Week of Dialogue, Oct. 27-31; On the Web; Originally issued in print. News & Events is RIT's newspaper of record, published biweekly during the academic year. News & Events is distributed widely across campus in print format...

RIT news & events November 18, 2004; R.I.T. news and events November 18, 2004; Rochester Institute of Technology news and events November 18, 2004; RIT News & Events November 18, 2004

Bartlett, Silandara; Black, Karen; Carvalho, Vienna; Downs, Kelly; Finnerty, Bob; Gawlowicz, Susan; Morphy, Marcia; Saffran, Michael
Fonte: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Four Presidents Award nominees; Three new trustees, vice chair named to board; Coast-to-coast cross-country trek revived for 175th anniversary; International studies degree new for COLA; Paley to design project for St. Louis Zoo; Gospel legend to perform Dec. 11; Kodak gets hint of NTID’s deaf world; SPAS lecture features Joe McNally; Urso hailed for artistry; RIT selects Al Davis Room; COB revises MIS curriculum; RIT hosts alternative energy conference for NY; RIT student wins science fellowship;; Originally issued in print. News & Events is RIT's newspaper of record, published biweekly during the academic year. News & Events is distributed widely across campus in print format, and is also available online.

RIT news & events May 16, 2003; R.I.T. news and events May 16, 2003; Rochester Institute of Technology news and events May 16, 2003; RIT News & Events May 16, 2003

Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
Fonte: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Introducing RIT’s Class of 2003; Sen.Chuck Schumer to deliver RIT commencement address; RIT bids for presidential debate; 2 0 0 3 C o l l e g e D e l e g a t e s; RIT community formally dedicates nation’s largest computing college;Paley art installed this summer; Dedication celebrates web press lab; RIT leaders enthusiastic about arrival of Paley sculpture; Three RIT grads celebrate their love of country and education; Earth Day activities include waste audit; Interpreting grad continues to achieve lofty goals; Alumnus named deputy public printer; North Star, Xerox partner in series for AALANA students; Mother joins son, stepson in graduation limelight; Fulbright awarded to RIT film student; Grads demonstrate functions of design; Students inducted into honor society; Distance learning presents scholarships; Pre-veterinary student wins science award; McGowan scholarship winner; Student Government award winners; Three earn outstanding adult student honors; Capital campaign in full swing; COB scholarship bears Fram’s name; Faculty, staff have much to learn from ELC students; Liberal Arts dean continues to dig for discoveries; RIT’s first new-media grads hit workforce; New field to help alleviate crowded sports schedules;; Originally issued in print. News & Events is RIT's newspaper of record...

RIT news & events July 17, 2003; R.I.T. news and events July 17, 2003; Rochester Institute of Technology news and events July 17, 2003; RIT News & Events July 17, 2003

Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
Fonte: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Gleason gift to enhance COE curriculum initiatives and facilities; Davis creates Four Presidents’ award for outstanding service; RIT professor releases electric cars study; Whitesides, Gulicks win prestigious NRS awards; First-year student wins animation “Academy Award” in L.A; New leader for Residence Life; News office recognized with two PRism Awards; Students make clean sweep at TAGA awards; RIT researcher teams with NASA to shoot for the stars; Electric cars seen rolling around campus; Leadership changes for Golisano college; COS selects imaging science interim director; Reorganization enhances unit services; Full-tuition Volpe scholarship awarded; RIT’s student teams race hard and fast;; Originally issued in print. News & Events is RIT's newspaper of record, published biweekly during the academic year. News & Events is distributed widely across campus in print format, and is also available online.

RIT news & events December 11, 2003; R.I.T. news and events December 11, 2003; Rochester Institute of Technology news and events December 11, 2003; RIT News & Events December 11, 2003

Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
Fonte: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology
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RIT incubator to help predict academic trends; RIT awarded $400K HUD grant; Countdown is on to historic “Wright” flight; Professor uses imaging technology to explore shipwrecks; RIT hosts annual science convention; COS presents Wiley Jones science awards; “What if all of RIT read the same book?”; Kwanzaa founder opens the holiday at RIT Dec. 21; Grants to improve C-print technology; CAST reorganization means new roles for McKinzie, Johnson, Desmond; M&T renews scholarship with $50K donation; Paul Stella named RIT’s news director; RIT plays host to FIPSE reviewers;; Originally issued in print. News & Events is RIT's newspaper of record, published biweekly during the academic year. News & Events is distributed widely across campus in print format, and is also available online.

R.I.T. News & Events November 7, 2002; R.I.T. news and events November 7, 2002; Rochester Institute of Technology news and events November 7, 2002; RIT news & events November 7, 2002

Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
Fonte: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Microsystems Ph.D. approved; first class enrolls this winter; Women’s Center grant reaches $1 million; RIT,NSF team up for scholars program; Student creates RIT’s own hockey “blimp-cam”; RIT grows number of minority faculty; RIT salutes employee stability and length of service; New MBA class examines ethics of accounting; Math professor makes “theatrical”debut; CIMS lab focuses on workplace ergonomics; Film student wins Princess Grace Award; Scholarships named in honor of Lopiano family; The wonder of imaging science in two volumes; Big Tree Music comes to RIT’s Ingle Auditorium; RIT Financial Aid office debuts updated user-friendly Web site;; Originally issued in print. News & Events is RIT's newspaper of record, published biweekly during the academic year. News & Events is distributed widely across campus in print format, and is also available online.

RIT news & events October 20, 2005; R.I.T. news and events October 20, 2005; Rochester Institute of Technology news and events October 20, 2005; RIT News & Events October 20, 2005

Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
Fonte: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Main features of this issue: Student wins coveted film award. By the people returns to campus. Homecoming reflections. Student spotlight. Learning is a journey for one. Brick City Homecoming draws thousands to campus. Painting used in color science. Local IT jobs in spotlight. Staffs PAS. A new place to enjoy campus dining. Metals showcased at. Viewpoints. RIT's faculty scholarship in 2005 and beyond. $300K used for USDA training. Prof earned tech. Leading the change. new home for RIT's Athenaeum. Literary study on Argentina. News briefs. A patch of pumpkins for the pickin. Interpreter funding secured. Science demonstration hits the road. Week of Dialogue Oct. 24 - 28. A forum of fledging companies.; Originally issued in print. News & Events is RIT's newspaper of record, published biweekly during the academic year. News & Events is distributed widely across campus in print format, and is also available online

RIT news & events December 7, 2006; R.I.T. news and events December 7, 2006; Rochester Institute of Technology news and events December 7, 2006; RIT News and Events December 7, 2006

Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
Fonte: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Ashok Rao appointed Saunders college dean, Buckeye fan is truly a Tiger at heart, Research experience powers college of science student's future, Schumer touts tax credit, News briefs, University news: Getting the scoop on the web, Quartet to bring beautiful music to campus, Drive project heads to New Orleans, Natural-light color photographer visits, Babies take center stage at Bevier show, RIT and reaccreditation, Health care reform explained, Leadership changes ahead, Principal investigators go to 'boot camp', It's elementary, Holiday wishes from President Simone, RIT train show chuggin' along, Cyberspace grid for NYS, To the delight of shoppers; Originally issued in print. News & Events is RIT's newspaper of record, published biweekly during the academic year. News & Events is distributed widely across campus in print format, and is also available online.

RIT news & events January 25, 2007; R.I.T. news and events January 25, 2007; Rochester Institute of Technology news and events January 25, 2007; RIT News and Events January 25, 2007

Black, Karen; Borgna, Brandon; Downs, Kelly; Dube, Will; Follaco, John; Gawlowicz, Susan; Jaynes, Steve; Lindsley, Kathy; Morphy, Marcia; Venniro, Joe; Boyd, Donald
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
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Clinton to address RIT graduates in May, RIT helps youngsters connect with space, RIT researcher aims to battle hearing loss, Science student feels at home at NTID, News briefs, Student Affairs Division recognizes staff excellence, Cary publishes PAETEC expose, Chronicling the victims of violence, Calling all ‘digital’ artists, Examining the benefits of scholarship and research, News briefs, Liberal Arts staff changes, Endowed professorships filled, $400K grant for RIT-Kosovo, Warfield heads pluralism office, Embracing his legacy, Young artists showcase creativity; Originally issued in print. News & Events is RIT's newspaper of record, published biweekly during the academic year. News & Events is distributed widely across campus in print format, and is also available online.

RIT news & events May 18, 2006; R.I.T. news and events May 18, 2006; Rochester Institute of Technology news and events May 18, 2006; RIT News and Events May 18, 2006

Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
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RIT salutes 2006 grads, Simone to retire, Innovator to deliver convocation address, RIT students develop deep-sea explorer, Graduation schedule, 2006 College Delegates, Graduating to a commitment of service, SG president makes history, New software assists web site developers, TAGA book cracks the code, Closing the achievement gap, Eisenhart award for outstanding teaching honorees, Provost’s award for excellence in teaching, Trustees scholarship and provost’s winners, scientist aims to protect forest, News briefs, Formula team hits the racing circuit, Fullbright winner to study in Crotia, Federal grants encourage math, science study, Fruits of their labor, Not just a day at the beach, Standing out in a crowd, The art of self-expression, The RIT experience: A journey in self-discovery, Book documents 2,730 mile run, Savvy student takes the helm of Savory Blends, Volunteers ‘plaint on’ light at art gallery, Fuji presents annual scholarships, Kearse awards recognize student scholarship, McGowan honors, Outstanding communications scholars, Celebrating our international student scholars, Alpha Sigma Lambda honors RIT students and mentors, Student researchers are in focus, Student Government presents annual awards, Davis scholars...

RIT news & events July 20, 2006; R.I.T. news and events July 20, 2006; Rochester Institute of Technology news and events July 20, 2006; RIT News and Events July 20, 2006

Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
Fonte: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Saunders’ $13 million names business college, Campaign exceeds $300 million goal, RIT Fullbrights head to Europe, Cauda named VP for development, There she is – RIT’s Miss Croatia, Consultants will aid presidential search, News briefs, Color scientist sees the light, Girl Scouts ‘camp’ at RIT, ASL students put sign language to the test, N&E asks: What’s on your mind?, Gallery exhibit features New York state artists, Rochester-area minorities get biomedical studies introduction, A unique RIT field trip, Lab studies electronics breakthroughs, Simone called a ‘friend of business’, RIT bioscientists can now call CBET home, RIT Women’s council head appointed, Going solo, A sampling of Ney York’s finest food and drink, Tymann leads computer science, I like to ride my bicycle, Newsmakers, Obituaries; Originally issued in print. News & Events is RIT's newspaper of record, published biweekly during the academic year. News & Events is distributed widely across campus in print format, and is also available online.

RIT news & events September 7, 2006; R.I.T. news and events September 7, 2006; Rochester Institute of Technology news and events September 7, 2006; RIT News and Events September 7, 2006

Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
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Golisano college launches three master’s programs, Opening talks set ton for Simone’s final year, Athenaeum renamed Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Embracing a new era, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute student brings life experience to the classroom, News briefs, U.S. poster collection now on display, A snapshot of RIT new student orientation week, Aug. 27-Sept. 3, RIT’s Ritchie The Tiger – revealed, RIT Student Health Center readiness a model for other universities, Ombuds office opens, Brown named RIT’s interim diversity chief, Gannett project all-encompassing, United way campaign update, Science kicks off year with new structure, Candidates nite at RIT, Groundbreaking, Sept. 19, Opening day remarks; Originally issued in print. News & Events is RIT's newspaper of record, published biweekly during the academic year. News & Events is distributed widely across campus in print format, and is also available online.

RIT news & events February 24, 2005; R.I.T. news and events February 24, 2005; Rochester Institute of Technology news and events February 24, 2005; RIT News & Events February 24, 2005

Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
Fonte: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Main features of this issue:Mayor Johnson accepts public policy teaching post. Photo production class captures a snapshot of a legendary Harlem hot spot. Baum weighs in on Hubble science. Stadler appointed director of RIT incubator. Celebrating 175. Spotlight on North Star Center. News Briefs. Young entrepreneurs find a 'home' at RIT incubator. 'Pack-aging' a punch (and a 7 UP, to). RIT helps tsunamic victims. Viewpoints. Send a message: Help invest in higher education. Firefighter's best friend (next to a Dalmation, of course). Honoring sponsored research. Johnson to lead GCCIS cyber center. RIT to host United Way Susan Bee Challenge. Fragile 'fun'draising. A celebration of RIT Charter Day. Maritime pollution studied. FIRST robotics competition March 3-5. Obituary.; Originally issued in print. News & Events is RIT's newspaper of record, published biweekly during the academic year. News & Events is distributed widely across campus in print format, and is also available online.

RIT news & events July 21, 2005; R.I.T. news and events July 21, 2005; Rochester Institute of Technology news and events July 21, 2005; RIT News & Events July 21, 2005

Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
Fonte: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Main features of this issue: Golisano College to launch a new Ph.D. program. Karam investigates effects of radiation. RIT-MCC program helps diversify science. Equipment donation makes 30D projects 'pop'. Prague celebrates MBAs. Women's cCenter interim chief named. News briefs. Student co-op enlivens a zest for journalism. On the 'Homeland' front. Hispanic Club anniversary. British tradition comes to RIT. Two new board trustees named. Telefund vital part of RIT campaign. 2005-2006 faculty promotions announced. Retirees honored with awards, annual picnic. Grad perfects recipe for success. Packaging science major wins trip to Italy for award-winning paper. Multi-media masters. Two RIT sport legends to be honored in Rochester. Back on home ice. Newsmakers; Originally issued in print. News & Events is RIT's newspaper of record, published biweekly during the academic year. News & Events is distributed widely across campus in print format, and is also available online

RIT news & events August 18, 2005; R.I.T. news and events August 18, 2005; Rochester Institute of Technology news and events August 18, 2005; RIT News & Events August 18, 2005

Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
Fonte: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Main features of this issue: Highway bill includes RIT research funds. A musical tribute to a civil rights icon. Wine & Culinary Center classes begin this fall. Neighborhood alliance helps transform city block.Sen. Alesi secures program funding. News brief. Color science Q&A now online. Mark your calendars. Preparing mind and body for college. SG leaders focus on school spirit. Bader gives $100K. Paving the way for the future of math and science. Cyber threats studied. New book examines changing face of the printing industry. Packaging students earn top honors. Larsen Engineers celebrates 50 years in Rochester. A taste of college life. Newsmakers. Obituaries.; Originally issued in print. News & Events is RIT's newspaper of record, published biweekly during the academic year. News & Events is distributed widely across campus in print format, and is also available online

R.I.T. news & events May 22, 2008; R.I.T. News and Events May 22, 2008; Rochester Institute of Technology news & events May 22, 2008; RIT news and events May 22, 2008

Borgna, Brandon; Downs, Kelly; Dube, Will; Follaco, John; Gawlowicz, Susan; Lindsley, Kathy; Livadas, Greg; Morphy, Marcia; Stella, Paul
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology, University News Services
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RIT celebrates Class of 2008; RIT names new college dean; Eugene Fram’s legacy: ‘You have to be responsive’; RIT archeologist uses satellites to uncover ancient history; Technology pilot program Toasting a new partnership to graduate first participants; Tim Engström, College of Liberal Arts; Jeff Kozak, Kate Gleason College of Engineering; Scott Williams, College of Imaging Arts and Sciences; Tony Harkin, College of Science; Ingalls wins prestigious community-service grant; Faculty earn distinguished provost’s grants and trustees scholarships; Device measures, enhances image quality; Hurwitz named NTID president; Collaboration blends Web design and passion for extreme recreation; Scholarships aid doctoral students; Student managers create legacy through WITR renovation project; Study of new process will impact semiconductor industry; ‘Food for Thought’ event satisfies appetite for workshops, June 10; Youngsters put their love of technology to music—and collect a grand prize; Student leaders hope to ‘continue momentum; Students design innovative heart pumps; Scholarship salutes math, science, engineering students; Light research used to plot celestial bodies; RIT honors distinguished alumni for leadership and community service;; Originally issued in print. News & Events is RIT's newspaper of record...

RIT news & events August 23, 2007; R.I.T. news and events August 23, 2007; Rochester Institute of Technology news and events August 23, 2007; RIT News & Events August 23, 2007; News and events August 23, 2007

Carmichael, Pamela; Downs, Kelly; Dube, Will; Gawlowicz, Susan; Morphy, Marcia; Rowoth, Lynn; Saffran, Michael
Fonte: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: University News Services, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Main features of this issue: RIT scientists develop technology to enhance view of deep space; RIT scores high in U.S. News annual college rankings; $1 million in federal funds slated for RIT microsystems research; Project helps students beautifully blend art and engineering; Poe earns inaugural scholarship; Library open house to offer food, fun and musical entertainment; RIT student competes in Microsoft Imagine Cup finals; RIT’s United Way campaign a success—thanks to you; Grant supports Osher Institute initiatives; Internship gives students a taste of imaging science; State funds boost manufacturing initiatives; Originally issued in print. News & Events is RIT's newspaper of record, published biweekly during the academic year. News & Events is distributed widely across campus in print format, and is also available online.

Analysis of the journalistic rhetoric in scientific popularization news; Análisis de la retórica periodísti em noticias de popularización científico; Análise da retórica jornalística em notícias de popularização científica

Lovato, Cristina dos Santos; Universidade Federal de Santa Maria
Fonte: Programa de Pós-Graduação em Linguística - UFSC Publicador: Programa de Pós-Graduação em Linguística - UFSC
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; ; ; ; avaliado por pares; Formato: application/pdf
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In this work, journalistic rhetoric is analyzed in 30 science news for the general public, published on sites of magazines specialized in scientific journalism - Ciência Hoje, Galileu  and Scientific America Brazil - in order to verify how the senses of objectivity and impartiality are constructed discursively in these texts. We use as theoretical apparatus the Appraisal System proposed by Martin and White (2005), emphasizing the Engagement Subsystem. The results indicate the predominance of the dialogic expansion through modalizations and quotes and reports. However, the exclusivity of the voice of the scientist who conducted the research spread for non-specialized audiences, as the only source for the evaluation of the scientific phenomena reported, overturns the objectivity and the impartiality in these texts. We observed, therefore, a contradiction concerning the role of the science popularization in society. In the news analyzed, the journalist assumes the role of mere informant (MOTTAROTH; LOVATO, 2011), restricting the process of science popularization to a translation and oversimplification of the scientific discoveries (HILGARTNER, 1990).; En este trabajo, analizamos la retórica periodística en 30 noticias de popularización científica...

Science and technology in the British press - 1946 to 1986

Bauer, Martin W.; Schiele, B.; Amyot, M.; Benoit, C.
Fonte: London School of Economics and Political Science Research Publicador: London School of Economics and Political Science Research
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Longitudinal content analyses of Science coverage in the media are expensive, laborious and therefore rare. None of the existing studies covers the entire post-war period. We are constructing a cultural indicator for Science in Post-War Britain. The newly established Media Monitor Archive at the Science Museum, London, will contain around 10'000 press articles on science news in daily newspapers. The collection is systematically drawn from a crosssection of the British national press between 1946 and 1986. Articles are coded on 70 variables. Variables refer to formal characteristics (e.g. size, illustrations, headline, citations, news section, and ratings on personalization or story tone) and to the structure of the news narrative: Who is the author? Who is the main agent? What is the event, and where (research involved, time horizon, locality)? What is the context? what are the consequences for whom? What is the moral of the story? These indices will allow us to create time-series data to characterize a) the cyclical nature of science coverage; b) the changing structure of science news stories; c) the differences between quality and popular newspapers in various aspects; d) the varied ways in which different areas of science and technology are covered. Initial results show the cyclical nature of science coverage and differences in that cycle between quality and popular newspapers over 40 years in British daily and national press.