“'Engaging Science: Thoughts, deeds, analysis and action' features essays from leading researchers, practitioners and commentators. It examines what we have learned about the relationships between these groups over the past decade and what the implications are for future practice.
Topics include public attitudes to science, the role of the media in public engagement, the scientists' perspective, implications for education, linking the public to policy making and the role of campaigning groups.
'Engaging Science' also includes summaries of key trust-funded projects and initiatives supported over the past decade.”
Sunday, August 20, 2006
Britain’s Wellcome Trust just released a new book on Engaging Science: Thoughts, deeds, analysis and action, edited by Jon Turney. Since I contributed a chapter, I am just reporting the release here without any further commentary: