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Science Policy Around the Web - July 3, 2015

By: Patricia Kiesler, Ph.D.

Science and public opinion

Politics doesn’t always drive public views on science issues

A new report of a nationwide survey of 2,002 Americans by the Pew Research Center, a Washington, D.C.-based think tank, analyzed… 911 more words


Winning hearts and minds at the House of Commons

Dr Tarique Hussain is a Clinical Senior Lecturer in Paediatric Cardiology in the Department of Cardiovascular Imaging, King’s College London. He is also a consultant at Evelina London Children’s Hospital. 483 more words

Public Engagement Events Round-up - July 2015

Now that it feels like summer has well and truly arrived, we have a great selection of events for you this month. Whether you want outdoor festivals, or indoor exhibitions in chilled gallery spaces (or both) there’s something for everyone… 1,686 more words

Public Engagement

Review: Architecture and the Unspeakable at the Art Institute of Chicago

Yesterday, I saw the Chatter: Architecture Talks Back exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago and man was it a bummer.  The exhibition illustrates how five architects have considered new forms of communication to create dialogue between “architecture” and the public.   695 more words


Reflections on my Research Image

This is a guest post by Haifa Alroqi. Haifa is is a PhD student in the School of Arts, Languages and Cultures, Faculty of Humanities. Here she reflects upon her image, which was the Public Vote Winner at the… 504 more words

Who wants to be a millionaire?

Feniton Neighbourhood Plan committee will be at the Fun Day on Sunday 5 July to continue the extensive programme of public engagement in the NP process which started in November last year. 160 more words


Science on the Southbank

Dr Michelle Ma is a Research Associate within the Department of Imaging Chemistry & Biology, King’s College London. Her work focuses on designing new pharmaceuticals that can help diagnose cancer. 604 more words

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