Scientific Press: Between Theory and Practice

    Now witnessing the scientific press specialized in the field of science and technology and the new shift in terms of quantity and type; in view of the appearance of several new scientific and research projects and plans, and the holding of international scientific conferences in the fields of modern constantly.

What is meant Scientific Press?
    It defines the scientific press press working on the transfer of scientific knowledge to the reader of the different levels, through the streamlining of science and the dissemination of scientific culture, to be meant the knowledge all knowledge based on research and study, honesty, and all radiation of human thought and all belongs to the enlightened scientific community and humanitarian law in the past, present and future.

       And the scientific press several objectives including:
*The fundamental task of the scientific press beyond the question of the dissemination of scientific culture and highlight scientific information, to create awareness of the importance of science and social impact.
*The definition activities of a knowledge base to determine its position toward what it received.
*Follow scientific developments
*Be distinct and accurate source of scientific news.
*Specialization in the field of specific scientific focus on all aspects

  and There are two types of science journalism recall:
*The first specialized scientific press: which depends on the topics and research and academic studies indicated in the journals, beyond scientific researchers specializing in the scientific field, in a scientific manner understood by specialists.
*The second type is the scientific press Libyan and also contains articles from the topics of Scientific Research and Studies, Articles, Reports and writings in the theoretical and applied scientific areas, custom translation of the formulas or the art of the arts.

What is the function of science journalism?
1) monitoring and control: note breakthroughs in science that increases day after day, follow-up and monitoring of any expression or modify dares to laws of science.
2) The News Scientific statements: interpretation of natural phenomena and of scientific and technical facts in the world and to accompany them to the meeting in the subject of the follow-up of the science and technology developments.
3) to contribute to the construction of a knowledge society: by providing the reader article simplified, in order to harm the scientific scientific culture and create awareness of the importance of social science and its effects, because the scientific press of the means most in support of the dissemination of science journalism and support developing countries.

    The Scientific Press  also gives its Their indications of Qualitative transfer of Média qualitative transition from traditional media to feature the most modern feature that contribute to respect for specialization in various fields, in addition to the scientific press treated to change the desired orientation and education to the Masses.


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