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Press Release 12-058
The National Science Board Announces Recipient of the 2012 Public Service Award

Lawrence Krauss to be honored in ceremony on May 3

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Photo of cosmologist and author Lawrence Krauss.

Lawrence Krauss receives the NSB 2012 Public Service Award for his substantial contributions to increase public understanding of science in the United States.

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Lawrence Krauss, recipient of a 2012 Public Service Award, addresses the National Science Board.

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Lawrence Krauss explains why researchers should interact with the public.

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Lawrence Krauss, recipient of a 2012 Public Service Award from the National Science Board, describes some common misperceptions he encounters when communicating science to the public.

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Lawrence Krauss, recipient of a 2012 Public Service Award from the National Science Board, describes why science is so fascinating.

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Lawrence Krauss, recipient of a 2012 Public Service Award from the National Science Board, describes how quantum mechanics can explain how our universe began.

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