ISSN: 20599072
Online ISSN: 20599099
First published in 2018
2 Issues per volume
Volume 1 Issue 1
Cover Date: March 2018
Contents
Editorial
Authors:  Steven Gil 
Page Start: 3
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Whose ‘science’ is this? – reflections on a 1930s survey of popular science
Page Start: 5
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Reality bytes: American and global culture in the era of infoglut
Authors:  Peter Swirski 
Page Start: 13
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It’s alive in the laboratory of the mind: Frankenstein, thought experiment and facing the future of science
Authors:  Steven Gil 
Page Start: 27
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Pathogens, vermin and strigoi: Contagion science and vampire myth in Guillermo del Toro’s The Strain
Authors:  Julia Echeverría 
Page Start: 43
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Science fictional doubles: Technologization of the doppelgänger and sinister science in serial science fiction TV
Authors:  Paul Mountfort 
Page Start: 59
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No one said it would be easy
Authors:  David Brin 
Page Start: 77
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The physics of Hollywood movies (or using Hollywood movies to teach and learn physics)
Authors:  Adam Weiner 
Page Start: 83
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