The Tomorrow Project ignites creative, productive, science-based conversations about the future. Intel and CSI are collaborating to publish a series of anthologies featuring original content written by K-12 and college students and others, with CSI coordinating an editorial board of leading researchers, journalists, scholars and ASU students. Each anthology will focus on a different set of grand challenges and possible solutions. Digital copies are free to download and share at the Tomorrow Project website.
Our first collaborative anthology, Cautions, Dreams & Curiosities, was released in October 2013. It features Green Dreams, a series of written pieces and visual art proposing fact-based, imaginative and beautiful sustainable visions of the future that we can build together, along with Grand Visions and Big Challenges, a set of stories that prototype solutions to the biggest challenges facing humanity today.
Our current project, The Future – Powered by Fiction, will feature short stories, essays, short films and graphic novels created by young people worldwide. We are accepting submissions for this next anthology from young people ages 13-25 anywhere in the world until December 31, 2013.
- Science fiction anthology explores futures shaped by journeys through time and space
- Science fiction anthology explores biological, environmental visions of the future
- Winners announced in collaborative, global sci-fi competition
- Center for Science and the Imagination students predict the future
- ASU-Intel collaboration challenges students to imagine brighter sustainable futures
- Contest: Help Us Imagine and Build a Better Future–No Politics Required
- Video: Tomorrow Project
- Tomorrow Project: Humanities – Imagining Our Future (And Yes, Tweeting Cows!)
Download Cautions, Dreams & Curiosities