Science and Engineering Ethics 17 (4):639-648 (2011)

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Timely public engagement in science presents a broad challenge. It includes more than research into the ethical, legal and social dimensions of science and state-initiated citizen’s participation. Introducing a public perspective on science while safeguarding its public value involves a diverse set of actors: natural scientists and engineers, technology assessment institutes, policy makers, social scientists, citizens, interest organisations, artists, and last, but not least, politicians
Keywords Participation  Public understanding of science  Technology assessment  Upstream public engagement
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