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Press Release 08-051
National Science Board Names 2008 Public Service Award Winners

Bayer and SAE International recognized for outstanding contributions to increase understanding of science and engineering

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Photo of a student and a plane taking off.

A plane readies for takeoff at SAE International's Aero Design® competition. Two Aero Design competitions were held in 2007--one in Van Nuys, Calif., and one in Fort Worth, Texas--drawing more than 80 registered teams.

Credit: SAE International


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Photo of Bayer scientist Pat Jacobs conducting experiments with local middle school students.

Employee Volunteers: One of Bayer's more than 1,000 member strong national volunteer corps, Bayer scientist Pat Jacobs conducts experiments with local middle school students on the Bayer campus in Pittsburgh. Bayer has transformed a portion of the 258-acre campus to be used as a Wildlife Habitat Council Corporate Lands for Learning site. The Wildlife Habitat Council, a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing the quality of wildlife habitat on corporate, private and public lands, honored Bayer with an international habitat conservation award for its program to enhance campus open spaces.

Credit: Bayer


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Photo of students working on their vehicle during SAE International's Formula SAE® competition.

Team members make final adjustments to their school's vehicle during SAE International's Forrmula SAE® competition. In 2007, Formula SAE events were held in Michigan and California.

Credit: SAE Internatinal


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Educational materials from Bayer's Making Science Make Sense® campaign.

Educating the Public about Science Literacy: the Making Science Make Sense® (MSMS) public education campaign features the MSMS Experiment Guides for parents and children; the MSMS Audio Series, two-minute sound bite science classes; the C.A.U.S.E. Challenge Film Festival, an environmental documentary film competition for high school students; and, the annual Bayer Facts of Science Education surveys, which gauge public opinion on the state of science education in the United States, as well as public support for reform and recognition of the roles that science and science literacy play in everyday life.

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