Month: February 2013
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
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
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.
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
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