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More and More Scientists Serve Up Science for Mass Consumption

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Photo of Randy Davis discussing his research on Weddell seals.

Randy Davis of the University of Texas discusses his research on Weddell seals with the public at Polar Paloooza.

Credit: Photo Courtesty of Jean Wulfson, Division of Research and Graduate Studies, Texas A&M University and Polar Palooza.


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Nalini Nadkarni describes why it is important for scientists to reach out to non-scientists.

Credit: National Science Foundation/Evergreen State College

 

Nalini Nadkarni describes a myth-busting study about attitudes toward outreach by scientists.

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Nalini Nadkarni talks about conquering time constraints and scientists' fear of outreach.

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Nalini Nadkarni describes her successful outreach project and the rewards of outreach.

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Photo of book by NSF-researcher Nalini Nadkarni on trees for general audiences.

Critically acclaimed book on trees for nonscientists by NSF-funded researcher Nalini Nadkarni.

Credit: Between Earth and Sky: Our Intimate Connections to Trees, by Nalini M. Nadkarni. 2008 Regents of the University of California. Published by the University of California Press.


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Scene from a rap video about climate change.

Penguins and chorus from "Take AIM at Climate Change"--a rap video about climate change from Polar Palooza.

Credit: Image courtesy of Polar Palooza.


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