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May 23, 2013
Bringing social scientists into natural science and engineering contexts is one of the central themes of CNS-ASU's research thrust on Integration (RTTA 4). At the Communities of Integration workshop, taking place this week in Tempe, AZ, Dr. Erik Fisher and the RTTA 4 team are seeking to establish a new field called ‘Socio-Technical Integration’ (STI).
May 2, 2013
Investment in nanotechnology research is based on the promise of a transition to active nanotechnology, nanostructures, and nanodevices. Products of all kinds have been promised, everything from self-healing materials to molecular machines. But are such advances really taking place, and if so, where are they happening, and when will they arrive?
April 23, 2013
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 debates about their ethical, legal and political implications. Synthetic biology, nanotechnology and Big Data are only a few recent examples of emerging technologies that have broad implications for society and policy.
April 18, 2013
All of us at CNS-ASU are mourning the passing of our beloved colleague, David Conz.
Dave was an Assistant Research Professor with CNS-ASU since its inception in 2005.
April 11, 2013
On April 5-7, CNS-ASU participated in the Tempe Festival of Arts, showing off nano experiments and talking with citizens about the ways nanotechnologies have started appearing in our daily life.
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