Each year the government asks 10 simple questions to test the public’s knowledge of science. Can you correctly answer them all?
|05/27/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
Every two years, the National Science Foundation is required to tell the president how the US is doing in regard to science and engineering.
“As economies worldwide grow increasingly knowledge-intensive and interdependent, capacity for innovation becomes ever more critical,” the NSF says in its latest report, titled “Science & Engineering Indicators 2018.”
The news is OK, but not great. Americans are increasingly interested in environmental issues, the report says, and relative to previous years, they’re expressing more concern about climate change and humanity’s role in it. They also trust scientists more than roles in any other read more >>>