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Report from the Inaugural Science Diplomacy & Leadership Program in Washington DC

ASU’s Thomas P. Seager, Associate Professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment, delivered a workshop on storytelling, proposal writing and building empathy in science diplomacy.     2015 Report from Participants From June 21 to 30, 2015, the Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes (CSPO) at Arizona State University (ASU) hosted […]

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New Book: A History of Biophysics in Contemporary China

The publication of the first scholarly book is likened to giving birth to a first child. Springer recently delivered my firstborn–A History of Biophysics in Contemporary China–a truncated monograph from my doctoral dissertation. A History of Biophysics in Contemporary China is about the story of biophysics in twentieth-century China, which seeks to answer a general […]

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Choose at Your Own Risk

How technology is changing our choices and the values that help us make them.   You’re sitting at your desk, with the order in front of you that will enable the use of autonomous lethal robots in your upcoming battle. If you sign it, you will probably save many of your soldiers’ lives, and likely […]

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