Kishore Hari explains that we are in the golden age of science communication. From lectures to science festivals to citizen science projects, there has never been a time when so many outlets for communicating science have been available to the public. Scientists participating in these events get more out of the experience beyond the gratification of improving public engagement in science. They often find it enjoyable and energizing, inspiring new approaches in their own research.
Kishore Hari is the Director of the Bay Area Science Festival at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). Hari joined UCSF in November 2009 as part of the science education outreach organization, Science and Health Education Partnership (SEP). Hari is dedicated to engaging the public in science through interactive and informal settings. Before joining… Continue Reading