Despite having limited rights, citizens of Dubai have not protested their government. In this post for “As We Now Think,” CSPO associate professor Jamey Wetmore shares his view on the reason why.
In his first post for “As We Now Think,” CSPO co-director Daniel Sarewitz discusses the l’Aquila Seven and what the media is not covering.
In this post, CSPO professor of practice G. Pascal Zachary recalls his interaction with Jimmy, an orphaned chimpanzee in west Africa.
Can renewable energies suffer the same fate as nuclear? In this post for As We Now Think, CSPO research associate Chad Monfreda compares the public image of nuclear and renewable energy and warns about the need for public support in order to have renewable energy succeed.
This talk by Keith Hjelmstad (Professor of Computational Mechanics in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at ASU) was part of a panel hosted by the Center for Science and the Imagination.
In this post for As We Now Think, CSPO associate director Clark Miller discusses the problems of big data and how government uses data to influence our lives.
CSPO collaborator and associate professor at the University of Virginia Rosalyn W Berne shares the prologue and first chapter of her new science fiction book, Waiting in the Silence with As We Now Think.
CSPO lecturer Mary Jane Parmentier was one year removed from the late Libyan Ambassador Chris Stevens during her time in the Peace Corps. In this post, she reflects on North Africa and Ambassador Stevens.