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Brown University Royce Fellow and biodiversity are among this year’s big news at the MBL History Project.
For students in the Center for Biology and Society (CBS), civic leadership is quickly becoming a tradition.
Congratulations to all the Biology & Society students who defended their research in the Spring of 2015!
Did you know that The Center for Biology and Society, along with our affiliated projects, is on social media?
Stay connected with CBS graduate students through Facebook…
Communicating science, along with its political and technological implications, to a public audience, is an emphasis of many CBS graduate students’ education.
ASU Sun Devil Giving Day and your chance to make a difference for Biology and Society students.
A group of ASU students impressed the judges at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 2015.
Spin the wheel and name the embryo, or build your own model embryo.
New computational methods are changing our understanding of how and why innovation occurs in science and society.
From whole genome sequencing to three-person babies, this club addresses how ethics intersects with biology and medicine.
Vice provost for ethics, Lincoln Center director, and associate professor Jason Robert was featured in a debate over vaccinations on the AZ 12 News on February 4, 2015.