Talking to People about Science | GenomeWeb

An editorial in Nature Structural and Molecular Biology on "engaging the public" in a discussion about scientific discovery has drawn the attention of In the Pipeline's Derek Lowe, who says the advice given is "sound, if still rather boring." The editorial advocates talking to people about science on their level, gauging their level of knowledge before delving into a topic, and not usin

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