The Scientific Origins of Frankenstein

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The Scientific Origins of Frankenstein

by Javier Yanes, BBVA OpenMind

Forecasters are searching the past for clues about the future

by Kaveh Waddell, Axios

ASU creates interactive moon colony exhibit

Fox 10 News

Explore a prototype moon colony this weekend at ASU

AZFamily.com

ASU Emerge to create a moon colony on campus

Mary Beth Faller ASU Now

Bob Beard from ASU's Center for Science and the Imagination, in KJZZ's studios, making a roar face and wearing a lab coat.

It’s Aliiiiiive! Celebrating The 200th Anniversary Of ‘Frankenstein’

Steve Goldstein, Sarah Ventre
KJZZ

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Footnotes to Frankenstein

Jon Turney
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences

Frankenstein game teaches kids about science

Erin Blakemore
Washington Post

Ed Finn on the set of Horizon.

ASU’s newly-published collection of sci-fi stories has people talking about space

Horizon Arizona PBS

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Sci Fri Book Club: ‘Frankenstein’

Science Friday

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‘Frankenstein’ Has Become a True Monster

Ed Finn and David H. Guston The Wall Street Journal

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Arizona State University challenges experts, authors to imagine space futures

New research-based collection features narratives by top science fiction authors, essays by experts on future possibilities for exploring Mars, Asteroids, Low Earth Orbit, and Exoplanets.

Out of Control

Richard Holmes
The New York Review of Books

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Visions, Ventures, Escape Velocities: A Collection of Space Futures

Bruce Sterling
Wired – Beyond the Beyond

‘Black Panther’ isn’t just another Marvel movie — it’s a vision of a future led by blackness

by Xavier Harding Mic

“Imagine This”

Groton School Quarterly, Winter 2017

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ASU writing contest breathes new life into climate-change conversation

Arizona State University unveils climate fiction anthology

Book features authors from six different countries alongside science fiction luminaries Paolo Bacigalupi, Kim Stanley Robinson

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It’s Alive! Frankenstein’s Influence 200 Years Later

By Sarah Ventre, KJZZ 91.5 FM

Writ in Water: Millimeters to the End of the World

By Joseph Horton, Ploughshares