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Many Experts, Many Audiences: Public Engagement with Science
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Media and Technology | Broadcast Media | Websites, Mobile Apps, and Online Media | Games, Simulations, and Interactives | Films and IMAX | Planetarium and Science on a Sphere | Public Educational Programs | Afterschool Programs | Summer and Extended Camps | Citizen Science Programs | Community Outreach Programs | Museum and Science Center Programs | Public Events and Festivals | Professional Development, Conferences, and Networks | Resource Centers and Networks | Exhibitions | Museum and Science Center Exhibits | Aquarium and Zoo Exhibits
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Science and technology are embedded in every aspect of modern life. This report describes how Public Engagement with Science (PES), in the context of informal science education (ISE), can provide opportunities for public awareness of and participation in science and technology.

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Education and learning science | General science
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