Discussing Science in a Digital Age
BIS’s 2014 studying into attitudes and understanding of science included social listening for the first time. This helped them to see if, how and where people were discussing science online.
The Public Attitudes to Science series of studies is the only evidence of public attitudes and understanding of science in its broadest form across the UK. The research from these surveys, which has been published regularly since 2000, informs BIS’s Science and Society activities and policies and is also used by our stakeholders, such as the British Science Association, EngineeringUK and the Royal Society.
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