Scientists Assess Value of Publicizing Their Work Many scientists are beginning to see the importance of explaining their work to the public, a view driven partly by the competition for government grants. But some are averse to speaking in terms the public can understand.

Scientists Assess Value of Publicizing Their Work

Scientists Assess Value of Publicizing Their Work

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Many scientists are beginning to see the importance of explaining their work to the public, a view driven partly by the competition for government grants. But some are averse to speaking in terms the public can understand.