Center for Public Engagement with Science and Technology

Center for Public Engagement with Science and Technology

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  • Communication 101 | Public Presentations | Working with Reporters | Communicating Science Online | Communicating Science Workshops Communication 101 Apply the basics of communication to the specialized nature of scientific information. Public Presentations Tips and guidance when speaking face-to-...
  • What is Public Engagement? | The Value of Public Engagement | Public Engagement Activities | Leshner Leadership Institute | Early Career Award Science and technology are an integral part of modern life, yet tensions continue to emerge at the intersection of core human values and certain scientific...
  • Science communicators compared notes at a workshop in Cambridge, Massachusetts. [Lisa Abitbol/MIT] At age 13, physicist and writer Alan Lightman designed a homemade rocket, formulated rocket fuel, and launched a lizard on the rocket. The lizard survived the launch and parachute landing but lost its...
  • Linda Hosler is Public Engagement Program Associate at AAAS. She organizes and coordinates activities for the AAAS Center for Public Engagement with Science and Technology, including science communication workshops for scientists and public events such as Family Science Days, a free science...
  • Most kids, when they’re about to eat a jelly bean, anticipate the taste of it, not the smell. But those who visited the AAAS station at the 2nd USA Science and Engineering Festival joined in an experiment: They held their noses while chewing the jelly bean, and found that, without their sense of...
  • Are you interested in hosting a workshop or learning more about public engagement and science communication? We welcome your questions and comments. Please email CommunicatingScience@aaas.org with your contact information and your inquiry.
  • Communication 101 | Public Presentations | Working with Reporters | Communicating Science Online | Communicating Science Workshops In addition to the resources available on this Web site, there are several other places you can find more information about communicating science to public audiences...