Is It Time To Take Cyborg Rights Seriously? A Q&A With Neil Harbisson.

Month: February 2013

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Is It Time To Take Cyborg Rights Seriously? A Q&A With Neil Harbisson.

Torie Bosch Slate – Future Tense

Introducing CSI Visionary in Residence Bruce Sterling

This month CSI welcomes science fiction legend Bruce Sterling, our inaugural Visionary in Residence. Bruce is currently hard at work with collaborators from ASU’s Design School, using digitally-controlled laser cutters to inscribe futuristic petroglyphs on native Arizona desert rock.

The art of the hashtag

Twitter Verses We hear you. We see you. Tell us your story. On Feb. 28 – March 2, you will be part of a larger story. Emerge 2013 Tweet us a fragment of a story. The story must be true. Send as many fragments as you can. Tweet these at #emergeTV

CSI partners with Solve for X to develop moonshot solutions

The Center for Science and the Imagination is partnering with Solve for X, a new forum to encourage and amplify technology-based moonshot thinking and teamwork. Solve for X launched a


Scientists: The Real Villains in Sci-Fi Films

Last summer, in stretch of humid boredom, I walked 6 blocks to see Ridley Scott’s Prometheus at the cinema by my family’s house. I asked my friends, who are sci-fi

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Beautiful Disasters

Robert Krulwich, NPR Science Friday correspondent and RadioLab contributor, recently shared a blog post about the phenomenon of ice crystals forming in the shape of flowers in the arctic waters.

Molecular Gastronomy

Inventive Cooking…with the Help of a Little Science

In our fast-paced world filled with meals-on-the-go via fast food chains and restaurants touting the “get in and get out” method of food preparation, cooking has taken the turn of

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Bridging the Gap – A More Perfect Partnership

How do we bridge the gap between science, the imagination and policy-making to take great ideas to impact and build towards a more stable and productive future? The 21st century certainly