Gwen Ottinger sets about answering important questions about the pursuit of “responsible innovation,” and the barriers to achieving it, in an important new book, Refining Expertise: How Responsible Engineers Subvert Environmental Justice Challenges.”
All of us at the Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes at Arizona State University mourn the passing of our colleague, assistant research professor David Conz.
All good things must come to an end. Here is the final video from CSPO faculty members Jamey Wetmore and Ira Bennett.
In this post, Jayanta Chatterjee examines the quality of children’s education in America.
During the “Decisions in Innovation Systems” training discussion, participants follow the general process for taking a new nanotechnology product from initial idea to consumer product.
PhD student Miles Brundage believes we shouldn’t put too much faith in finding a technological miracle to solve climate change, or any societal problem.
What is Student Pugwash and how does it relate to science and technology policy? Student Pugwash USA president Sharlissa Moore explains in this post for As We Now Think.
During the “Light Switch” training activity, staff collaboratively draw out the systems and people that are required in order for a light to turn on and off at the flick of a switch. This facilitated discussion helps participants reflect on the ways that technologies are embedded in bigger systems.