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1. The importance of promoting public engagement with science has been a topic of debate for decades, with the focus shifting from "understanding" to "engagement". However, there is a lack of systematic reflection on the achievements of public engagement initiatives.

2. The move from a deficit model to dialogue in public engagement has been widely recognized, but deeper changes in the governance of science have been limited. There is a need to view engagement in its wider political context and consider the broader project of dialogic governance.

3. Evaluating individual engagement exercises is important, but there should also be a focus on critical research that examines the overall impact and effectiveness of public engagement as part of the experimental apparatus. The legitimacy of public engagement depends not only on its inputs but also on its outputs.

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