Two new books are now available in CSPO's original series on topics that reflect the signature interests of our intellectual communities.
The White House’s announcement on Friday that it has Ebola “under control” is patently ridiculous. If the spread of Ebola to the United States impacts anything, I hope that it will be the recognition of the critical importance of effective interdisciplinary teamwork, says Heather Ross.
"The United States has pursued energy policy as if only two things matter: technology and jobs. In doing so, we have largely ignored the dramatic social costs that accompany energy systems," says Clark Miller.
CSPO personnel Ben Wender, Rider Foley, Jathan Sadowski and David Guston are among the co-authors of an article featured in Environmental Science & Technology journal that introduces a novel framework for anticipatory life cycle assessment (LCA).
Are we sovereign over our energy systems? CSPO's Clark Miller comments on energy and our future.
CSPO is launching a new research initiative examining the resilience of water and energy infrastructures to climate change.
An article by Clark Miller reviews the central dilemma posed by social license to operate and suggests three lines of future research for the critical social sciences.
As a member of ECAST, CSPO is collaborating on providing forums to give ordinary citizens a voice in the future of space exploration.
HSD student Heather Ross questions whether medical research should be funded by a predominantly market-driven system with the work of critical drug discovery left to the underfunded public sector.
View the first in a video series depicting some initial findings in the Adaptive Pathways to Climate Change in Nepal project.
Scholars and practitioners in the emerging interdisciplinary field known as “responsible innovation” now have a new place to publish their work. The Journal of Responsible Innovation (JRI) will offer an opportunity to articulate, strengthen and critique perspectives about the role of responsibility in the research and development process. The journal will also provide a forum for discussions of ethical, social and governance issues that arise in a society that places a great emphasis on innovation.
The new schedule for CSPO-DC New Tools for Science Policy breakfast seminars is now available. And if you missed a seminar from last year, click here to watch video and look at photos from many of the past seminars.
Faculty members, students and affiliates of the Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes share their thoughts, analysis and scholarly reflections on a variety of science and technology policy topics.