Project Hieroglyph: Fighting society’s dystopian future


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Project Hieroglyph: Fighting society’s dystopian future

By Debbie Siegelbaum, BBC News

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What will it take to get us back to the Moon?

By Jekan Thanga, Boing Boing

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Author Margaret Atwood to discuss creative writing, science at ASU

This article originally appeared in ASU News. Internationally renowned novelist and environmental activist Margaret Atwood will visit Arizona State University this November to discuss the relationship between art and science,

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CSI partners with World Bank on science fiction, gaming and social innovation

The Center for Science and the Imagination is partnering with the World Bank to create a series of stories and artwork to integrate into an online game, EVOKE, designed to get young people in the developing world involved in social innovation and civic engagement.

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ASU, NGA to address national security risks of climate change

Arizona State University was selected for a competitive, five-year award of $20 million by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) to launch a research partnership, effective June 1, to explore approaches for anticipating and mitigating national security risks associated with climate change.

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Hollywood star visits ASU to promote teen reading, science exploration

Nathan Fillion may very well be the friendliest, most unpretentious spaceship captain, mystery-solving author and science fiction heartthrob in the known universe. The “ruggedly handsome” star of TV’s “Castle” was the delight of fans as he headlined a fundraiser on the Arizona State University campus in Tempe, June 7.

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Shaping the future through sci-fi at ASU

From the geostationary satellite to the Taser, the submarine to virtual reality, many technologies we use today were originally conceived of by writers and artists. These visionaries imagined future inventions with remarkable accuracy, even if they didn’t know how to actually make them.

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An evening with Nathan Fillion and friends

This item was originally published at ASU News, and written by Marshall Terrill of ASU’s Office of Public Affairs.  ASU’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences’ Department of English and

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Winners announced in collaborative, global sci-fi competition

Arizona State University’s Center for Science and the Imagination, Intel and the Society for Science & the Public are proud to announce the winners of their competition, “The Future – Powered by Fiction.” The competition challenged young people ages 13-25 from all over the world to share their visions for possible futures inspired by real science and technology. To see a full list of winners, visit:

ASU program changes future visions with science fiction technology

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How America’s Leading Science Fiction Authors Are Shaping Your Future

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Researchers receive NSF grant to lead Frankenstein Bicentennial Workshop

This item was originally published by ASU News. Three Arizona State University researchers have received a grant from the National Science Foundation to lead a workshop to build a global,

Wonder Dome at SPARK! Festival March 19-23

Wonder Dome, a new experiment in performance platforms directed by CSI’s Imaginary College Fellow Daniel Fine, will be premiering at Mesa Arts Center in the show “Oh, No! Not That Story!”

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Director of collaborative science center discusses future of the news, digital platforms

By Carolyn Corcoran, Downtown Devil

ASU collaborates on “American POP!” comic book, sci-fi exhibit

From Jan. 17 through June 8, the Tempe Center for the Arts presents “American POP! Comic Books to Science Fiction…and Beyond,” an exhibition that explores the transformative effects that science fiction and popular culture have on our everyday lives and the technology that surrounds us.

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New book – The Rightful Place of Science: Politics

ASU’s Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes (CSPO), a close collaborator with CSI, has just released the first two anthologies in its new series, The Rightful Place of Science. The

Thought Experiments: Dreaming Up a Center for Science and the Imagination