Exploring Ethics: Science Literacy and Underserved Populations with Tate Hurvitz
Date: 2/6/2012; 57 minutes

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Tate Hurvitz of Grossmont College presents startling data on the ignorance of many American adults about basic science and argues for increasing science literacy by teaching better strategies for understanding challenging information, assessing credibility of sources and incorporating new ideas. Hurvitz's lecture is part of the Henrietta Lacks series sponsored by the Center for Ethics in Science and Technology. (#23211)

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