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Sense about Science is an independent charitable trust based in Britain whose work is designed to "respond to the misrepresentation of science and scientific evidence on issues that matter to society, from scares about plastic bottles, fluoride and the MMR vaccine to controversies about genetic modification, stem cell research and radiation." An advisory council and over 2000 scientists, whose members include Nobel Laureates to postdoctoral fellows, support their work. On their homepage, visitors can view information on topics that include food additives, MRI scans, and malaria. After clicking on each topic, visitors can view presentations, read briefing documents, and watch slideshows. In the "Other Sections" area, visitors can browse their complete publications area and learn about their annual lecture series.
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Date of Scout Publication
June 18th, 2010
Date Of Record Creation
June 18th, 2010 at 11:18am
Date Of Record Release
June 18th, 2010 at 2:26pm
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