Science and humanities in the public square

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The Association of American Universities President Hunter R.
Rawlings III, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft Director Peter
Strohschneider, and National Endowment for the Humanities Director
William D. (Bro) Adams, among panelists at the Science and Humanities in the Public Square: a German-American conversation.

The
participation of public enthusiasts in science and engineering research
has a rich history in the United States, and it has contributed to
building our storehouse of knowledge, making unique scientific
discoveries and informing solutions to real-world problems.