His topics include Ramon y Cajal's hard science fiction for lawyers, Ibsen's An Enemy of the People and the public understanding of science in law, the expert witness in trial movies, legal ethics in Truman Capote's In Cold Blood, and the crisis in forensic science.
What does PUS stand for?
PUS stands for Public Understanding of Science
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- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 46 other meanings of PUS in our Acronym Attic
- Panitia Urusan Rumah Tangga (Indonesian: Household Affairs Committee)
- Patterned Urge-Response Toileting (geriatric medicine)
- Pet Urine Removal Treatment
- Public Utility Realty Tax Act (Pennsylvania)
- Purdue University ResNet Utility (West Lafayette, IN)
- Pacific Urban ReView
- Purdue University Regional Visualization and Analytics Center (Indiana)
- Packet Utilization Standard
- Performers Under Stress (San Francisco, CA theater group)
- Pick-Up Sheet
- Pusan, South Korea - Kimhae (Airport Code)
- Pushtu (language)
- President of the United States of America
- Power Uprate Safety Analysis Report (nuclear)
- Programmable Universal Synchronous/Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter
- Public Understanding of Science And Technology (symposium; Malaysia)
- Petsafe Ultralight Sonic Bark Control Collar
- Play Up Sky Blues (Coventry City football club rally cry; UK)
- Powered USB (Universal Serial Bus)
- Panjab University Students' Council (India)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Prof Campbell founded the Public Understanding of Science in Health (Push) group in Cardiff University in 1993.
JSO is a member of ASTC, an organization of science centers and museums dedicated to furthering the public understanding of science among increasingly diverse audiences.
According to the Coalition on the Public Understanding of Science (COPUS) "2009 Year of Science," May is the month to focus on sustainability and the environment.
A continuing challenge for the environmental health community is to assist in improving public understanding of science and scientific advances directly and indirectly related to the health and well-being of communities of the world.