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  • When Science Meets the Public: Proceedings of a Workshop Organized by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Committee on Public Understanding of Science and Technology, February 17, 1991, Washington, DC 

    Lewenstein, Bruce (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1992)
    Proceedings of a workshop on "When Science Meets the Public," held at annual conference of American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC, 17 February 1991. Contributions from: Sheila Grinnell; Bruce ...
  • Science Communication Training: What are We Trying to Teach? 

    Baram-Tsabari, Ayelet; Lewenstein, Bruce (2017)
    The rapid growth in public communication of science and technology has led to a highly diverse and large number of training programs. Using a learning-centered approach, we ask: What are the learning goals of science ...
  • Models of public communication of science and technology 

    Lewenstein, Bruce V. (2003-06-16)
    Science journalism, science museums, community outreach programs about science – all these forms of "public communication of science and technology" have a long history. But little is understood about the systematic ...
  • Expertise, democracy, and science communication 

    Lewenstein, Bruce V. (2016-04-26)
    This paper presents an argument for the essential intertwining of expertise, democracy, and science communication.
  • Recycling Agricultural Plastics: What Have We Learned? 

    Levitan, Lois (Recycling Agricultural Plastics Program, Cornell University, 2016-04-25)
    These are slides for a webinar organized by the National Recycling Coalition (NRC) and the Pennsylvania Recycling Markets Center (PARMC) as part of their Sustainable Materials Management Webinar Series, 2015-2016. The ...
  • Using a BigFoot BF300 Baler 

    Levitan, Lois; Leonard, Nate; Hartsuyker, Mark (Recycling Agricultural Plastics Project, Cornell University and Recording Racoon Studio, Ithaca NY (rrstudios.tv), 2013-10)
    Video presentation of the Cornell Recycling Agricultural Plastic Project's guide to the operation of a BigFoot plastics compactor, which is a mobile baler designed for travel on-road and across agricultural fields. The ...
  • BigFoot Plastics Baler: Dennis Sutton, Baler Developer, Describes the BF300 Model 

    Levitan, Lois; Henry, Elizabeth (Recycling Agricultural Plastics Project, Cornell University, 2010-05)
    Dennis Sutton, developer of the line of BigFoot mobile plastics balers designed for on-farm collection of agricultural plastics, describes features of the BF300 model and how it works. This particular machine was supposed ...
  • Recycling Plastics Used in Agriculture 

    Putman, Blake; Levitan, Lois; Henry, Elizabeth (Recycling Agricultural Plastics Project, Cornell University, 2010-06)
    Blake Putman, field coordinator of Cornell University's Recycling Agricultural Plastics Project (RAPP), interviews dairy farmer Jim Putman and Clinton County, NY, Soil and Water Conservation District manager Steve Mahoney. ...
  • Agricultural Plastic Recycling Pioneer: Eugene Wright 

    Levitan, Lois (Recycling Agricultural Plastics Program, Cornell University, 2011-10-31)
    Retired sheep farmer Eugene Wright from Homer, NY, tells how he started using plastic bale wrap in 1990 and saved the waste plastic from then until he retired in 2007, hoping that a recycling option would emerge. He did ...
  • CÓMO USAR LA EMPACADORA BIGFOOT PARA COMPACTAR Y RECICLAR PLÁSTICOS AGRÍCOLAS 

    Levitan, Lois; Leonard, Nathan (Recycling Agricultural Plastics Program, Cornell University, 2016-02)
    El problema de los desechos plásticos preocupa a los finqueros hace años. Reciclar es una solución posible: permite conservar energía y recursos, ahorrar el costo de disponer de los desechos y es una alternativa legal a ...

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