Science Reaching Out to Society

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Dan Dahlberg speaks at the 2012 "Becoming Engaged" Workshop about the APS, an outreach program that tries to engage and inform the public on science.

Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology Outreach with Risk-Based Science

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Vicki Colvin speaks at the 2012 "Becoming Engaged" Workshop about the nanotechnology research and public outreach at CBEN.

Science Communication and Science Literacy

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Barbara Schaal speaks at the 2012 "Becoming Engaged" Workshop on the challenges in increasing science communication and literacy among the public.

Institutional Change through a scientific approach to science education

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Stephanie Chasteen speaks at the 2012 "Becoming Engaged" Workshop on The Science Education Initiative at University of Colorado at Boulder.

Environmental and STEM Education Synergies

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Peter Smerud speaks at the 2012 "Becoming Engaged" Workshop on the STEM environmental education program taking place at Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center.

Engaging Scientists and the Public

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Barbara Schaal gives the keynote address at the 2012 "Becoming Engaged" Workshop. She speaks about strategies to enhance the American Public's connection to science with reference to the NAS.

The 'S' in STEM Is For Supercharging The American Dream In the New Millennium

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S. J. Gates speaks at the 2012 "Becoming Engaged" Workshop on how STEM works to keep kids academically on track through high school.

Green Revolution - Powering Up With Smart Grids

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How we get our energy is as important as how we make it. In this episode of Green Revolution, hear how scientists and engineers are updating the way electricity is distributed and improving how we power up. Visit the full Green Revolution series at: http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/greenrevolution/index.jsp .

Science Nation - Disappearing Red Shrimp

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These legendary creatures may have something to teach us about survival, even as the clock is ticking on their habitats.

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Science Nation - Dragonflies in Motion

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Next time you see a dragonfly, try to watch it catch its next meal on the go. Good luck! "Unless we film it in high speed, we can't see whether it caught the prey, but when it gets back to its perch, if we see it chewing, we know that it was successful," says Stacey Combes a biomechanist at Harvard University. With support from the National Science Foundation, she and her team are using high speed cameras to help them study how dragonflies pull off complicated aerial feats that include...