The response of staff to the design of the CSIRO's Discovery building
There is an increasing demand for scientists to make the results of their research available for scrutiny by members of the public, and for scientists to demystify science. In response to this pressure, research organisations are adopting a variety of methods to communicate with the public. One approach taken by CSIRO in the mid 1990s was to build a multipurpose building, the Discovery Centre, which incorporated an exhibition, an education centre, and laboratories that featured floor to...[Show more]
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