Scientific Literacy and Public Policy
This event was the monthly Bradley Lecture at American Enterprise Institute.
Lawrence Krauss delivered a lecture titled, “Science and Anti-Science.” He addressed scientific illiteracy among the public and among elected officials. He expressed concern about the effects of scientific illiteracy on the teaching curriculum, military decisions, confusion about global warming and stem cells research, and support for the scientific research that can preserve U.S. economic competitiveness. The speaker responded to audience members' questions.
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Christopher C. DeMuth President American Enterprise Institute
Lawrence M. Krauss Professor Case Western Reserve University->Physics and Astronomy
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