Science and Public Policy: Science and Public Policy is a leading refereed, international journal on public policies for science and technology (S&T), and on the implications of S&T for other public policies. It covers basic, applied, high, low, and any other types of S&T, and rich or poorer countries. It is read in around 70 countries, in universities (teaching and research), government ministries and agencies, consultancies, industry and elsewhere.
News From the Bottom: The only journal on the societal implications of nanotechnology edited and written by students. This journal features work by students and non-academics on the epistemological, historical, professional, ethical, legal, and societal implications of nanotechnology and converging technologies. Through the exchange of ideas between students in programs studying nanotechnology, the hope is that a dialogue on the issues will start and a community of student scholars can be fostered. The aim is to be a little less formal and more generally informative than your average academic journal in order to best serve the intended audience.
The Triple Helix at Arizona State University: The Triple Helix is the undergraduate journal of science, society, and law at Arizona State University. Primarily through the venue of written expression, the goal is to promote the understanding of the impact of science and technology on society and their interaction with the law. The aim is to encourage critical analysis and debate of the most legally and socially important issues in science through the free exchange of ideas within the ASU community.
The Journal of Science Policy & Governance (JSPG): JSPG provides a forum for students and young scholars to publish policy relevant work. Our mission is to foster a public forum for the discussion and timely dissemination of the most pressing challenges facing science and technology policy. JSPG will publish articles on an accelerated timeline and rolling basis and assist authors with conveying important findings to the relevant stakeholders.