What science, engineering, and medicine topics matter most to you?

I've been asked by the National Academies of Science to let you all know about a survey in which they'd like you to participate.

Yes, you!

Here's the blurb:

What topics in science, engineering, and medicine matter most to you? The National Academies are interested in developing useful and engaging print and web-based educational materials on the topics that you'd like to learn more about. They invite you to participate in a brief survey. You can find that survey here.

In the 2-minute survey you'll be presented with a list of topics and asked to select the five that matter most to you. At the end, you can see how your answers compare with the results so far. And you can enter a drawing to receive a National Academies tote bag!

Let the National Academies know what topics you think they should focus on so they can be sure to provide you with materials that are informative and useful. Your participation is greatly appreciated.

Whether you're a scientist or a non-scientist, if you're reading this blog chances are that you think there's something interesting, important, or fun about science. You probably also care at least a little about whether the public can find objective, reliable resources about complex topics. So take two minutes and participate in the survey. (Ten lucky survey participants will even win a National Academies tote bag!)

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