Michael Bennett, Associate Research Professor in the School for the Future of Innovation in Society, the Center for Science and the Imagination, and Lecturer in the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and Risk Innovation Fellow has published a recent article, What Black Panther Could Mean for the Afrofuturism Movement in Slate, Future Tense. In the article Michael discusses the new Marvel movie Black Panther and how it, and other forms of multimedia can be a means of opening the dialog around black political thought and techno-politics, helping to create desirable and probable black futures.
Andrew Maynard, Director of the Risk Innovation Lab has posted a new video showing the important reasons scientists should communicate about their research and the three E’s of Science Communication in Science communication: Why should scientists communicate about their research? on Risk Bites. Be sure to give this video a thumbs up if you like it!
Andrew Maynard, Director of the Risk Innovation Lab, was recently a guest on a World Economic Forum Podcast. Andrew discusses concerns about how technology innovation and the convergence of these technologies that create social disparity and raise questions about social justice in, Episode 6: Shaping the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Andi Hess the Director of the Interdisciplinary Translation and Integration Sciences Initiative, Instructor of Leadership & Interdisciplinary Studies, a doctoral student in Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology and Risk Innovation Lab Fellow has published an article in, Integration and Implementation Insights.
In the article Andi discusses the challenges and benefits of creating distinctions between individual interdisciplinary and interdisciplinary dialogue and team science in, Two types of interdisciplinary scholarship.
P> Andrew Maynard, Director of the Risk Innovation Lab has posted a video exploring the possible problems that could occur when editing genes to create super athletes, in Will gene editing in humans lead to super athletes? on Risk Bites Lite. Be sure to give this video a thumbs up if you like it!
P> Andrew Maynard, Director of the Risk Innovation Lab has posted a video regarding Elon Musk’s recent launch of a TESLA Roadster into space on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy. Andrew illustrates the possible consequences of this action, in Elon Musk Launches #Tesla2Mars–but what are the risk? on Risk Bites Lite. Be sure to give this video a thumbs up if you like it!
Andrew Maynard, Director of the Risk Innovation Lab and Heather Ross, Clinical Assistant Professor and Doctor of Nursing Practice join somatic practitioners Rich Goldsand and Jessica Rajko to talk about sensor technologies. Learn more about the limits and possibilities of wearable sensors for improving how we feel in Can My Tech Feel Me? on Future Out Loud.
Elizabeth Garbee, Doctoral Student, Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology, in the School for the Future of Innovation in Society, at Arizona State University has received a Mirzayan Science and Technology Policy Fellowship from the National Academy of Sciences for Spring 2018. Elizabeth is assigned to the Board of Higher Education and Workforce as well as Committee on Women in Science, Engineering, and Medicine. During her 12-week fellowship in Washington, DC she will be learning about the role scientists and engineers playing in advising on science and technology.
Majia Nadesan, Risk Innovation Fellow, and Professor in New College at ASU has posted a new blog Asteroids and Financial Markets. The blog discusses the “death-cult” and how it’s growth coincides with the possibility that we value life less.
Andrew Maynard, Director of the Risk Innovation Lab has a new paper on Planetary Protection in the Astrobiology Journal on, Thinking Differently about Risk . The article discusses the need to think about and address risk innovation differently, the way that risk frameworks are creatively changed based on how people think about risk and the processes they use to deal with risk.
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