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  1. Societal Aspects of Synthetic Biology: Research Agendas

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    Who should govern synthetic biology? What are the ethical dimensions and visions for its desirable futures? How could we facilitate better and closer collaboration and organization across the disciplines?…

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    • From Asteroids to Oceans: Using Public Engagement to Inform Policy Decisions - Part 1

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      The Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes (CSPO) and its partners have become global innovators in developing methods and tools that bring informed public voices and perspectives into critical…

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      • Ethics and the New Engineer: Teaching, Research and Practice

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        About the Seminar: Reports from the National Academy of Engineering have visualized The Engineer of 2020 (2004) and delineated Grand Challenges for Engineering (2008). Attributes of the Engineer…

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        • Rune Nydal, Integrated Projects & the Shifting Role of Ethics September 14, 2010

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          Rune Nydal, Integrated Projects & the Shifting Role of Ethics September 14, 2010 This talk discusses the challenge of integrating ethics with reference to three historic successive idioms for…

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          • VIRI Talk: Boaz Yona

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            Boaz Yona speaks about block-chain and bit-coin technologies on September 7th, 2016, at ASU

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            • Designing Transitions in Energy Systems: The Human Dimensions

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              Energy systems are changing rapidly around the world, with increasingly deep consequences for society, the economy, and geopolitics. These transitions demand a new approach to energy policy that extends…

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              • What Factors Lead to Success on Research Collaboration--Some Tales from the Frontline

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                What are the strategies and motives for research collaborations? Are there differences between “cosmopolitan” and “local” collaborators? What leads to bad or “nightmare”…

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                • Enlightening Lunch: Sarah Davies

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                  "Hacking is Making is Doing: Hacker and Makerspaces and the Hacker Shift"

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                  • New Tools for Science Policy, Feb 7 Seminar

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                    Is competition between and within government R&D agencies a force for innovation and for achieving desired outcomes? Or does competition lead to waste, duplication, and unproductive rivalry? The…

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                    • Day 3: Panel 7--Informal Science Education

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                      - David Rabkin, Director, Current Science and Technology, Museum of Science, Boston (co-chair) - David Sittenfeld, Program Manager, Forum, Museum of Science, Boston (co-chair) - Katie Behrmann,…

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                      • Diversifying the Climate Dialogue - Part 1

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                        CSPO Conversations Cultivating public discourse and enlarging policy discussions have been central to our work at ASU’s Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes (CSPO). As the next big…

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                        • To Think, To Write, To Publish - Jim Buizer

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                          Jim Buizer, a Sr. Sustainability Scientist from the University of Arizona, discusses a few quick takes on climate policy for the attendees of the To Think, To Write, To Publish workshop.

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