Science-based organisations and Government need to make greater efforts to engage the public with the sciences, according to a new report ‘Science for All' published on 9 February 2010 by The British Science Association, as part of the UK Science and Society strategy commissioned by the Department of Business Innovation and Skills (BIS). The Science for All Group's report, Science for All, was released along with a number of supporting documents.
“Science for All” Report Released
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