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  1. Day 1: Introduction and Overview: Climate Change, Climate Adaptation, and Infrastructure Vulnerability

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    Clark Miller, Associate Director, Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes, Arizona State University Rachelle Hollander, Director, Center for Engineering, Ethics & Society, National Academy…

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    • Learning the Nano City: Science Cafe January 2013

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      Learning platforms such as gaming, interactive online classrooms and other technology-enabled systems are allowing people to learn and share information in new and exciting ways. How might technology…

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      • Moving in the Nano City: What will the Impact Be? October 2012 Science Café

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        How will people move in the nano city? Will pedestrians have priority? Will there be a state-of-the-art transit system? Will the automobile disappear? Flying cars were promised in science fairs…

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        • Evolving in the Nano City: Urban Design, Urban Culture and Forces of Changes: Science Cafe Feb 2013

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          Evolving in the Nano City: Urban Design, Urban Culture and Forces of Changes Science Cafe Feb 2013 How do urban design and culture generate changes in the city? The design and shape of our cities…

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          • Equity in the Nano City: Science Cafe November 2012

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            Equity in the Nano City: Science Cafe November 2012 From the water pump to the steam engine and from water skins to microfiltration units, technology has been used to solve problems. The technological…

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            • A Brave New (online) World: Emerging Technologies at the Intersection of Science, Policy, and Rapidly Changing Media Environment

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              Dietram Scheufele, University of Wisconsin, Madison We live in an age where new technologies hit the marketplace at a rate that far outpaces society's ability to engage in meaningful political…

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              • A Weak Link: Phosphorus Scarcity and Our Food Chain: Science Cafe October 2010

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                A Weak Link: Phosphorus Scarcity and Our Food Chain: Science Cafe October 2010 After energy and water, securing a long-term supply of phosphorus might be the next big environmental challenge. Join…

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                • New Methods for Ethics Education

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                • NNIN Poster Session

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                • Age Related Disease: Science Cafe February 2010

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                  • Bugs or Fuel?: Science Cafe November 2009

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                    Some alternative energy enthusiasts say that biological alternatives to fossil fuel are a “secret weapon” in the war against climate change. Microbes could provide a vast energy resource…

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                    • Bone Portraits: Science Cafe October 2009

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                      In 1895, the invention of the x-ray created an amazing step forward in the history of medicine. For the first time, the inner workings of the body could be viewed without cutting into the flesh. But…

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