Resources based on Reports, Workshops, and Events
The information contained in the Academies' consensus reports has been used to develop a wide range of derivative materials, from booklets to videos to posters. These materials make Academies findings accessible to a number of different audiences, from educators to the scientific community to members of the public.
Reports In Brief
Reports in Brief distill the main messages from National Research Council reports in a four- to eight-page format and in language accessible to the layperson.Microbiomes of the Built Environment: A Research Agenda for Indoor Microbiology, Human Health, and BuildingsApplication of Systematic Review Methods in an Overall Strategy for Evaluating Low-Dose Toxicity from Endocrine Active Chemicals
These videos have been produced based on reports from the division that are of particular interest to the broader public. They are also accessible on the National Academies YouTube Channel.
These links will take you directly to press releases from the National Academies' Office of News and Public Information.
Special websites have been designed in conjunction with a number of the division's reports and projects. They offer a wealth of further resources and topical information.
These booklets have been written by the National Research Council on a variety of topics with particular interest for the general public, based on information from NRC reports. Some booklets draw exclusively from one report, while others are tied to many reports.
These presentations were delivered at various events and workshops hosted by the division. Some presentations are Powerpoint slide decks. Others are video files that include both the slides of speakers along with an synchronous audio track recorded live at the presentation. The presentations are for use by your organization. Please credit The National Research Council when using these slides.
The National Academies Communications Office produces a bi-monthly podcast based on recent reports called "Sounds of Science." You can access all "Sounds of Science" episodes through the iTunes store, or through the central Academies podcasting page.