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Biology and society showcased at AAAS poster session.
The scientific revolution is one of the most interesting and challenging periods in the history of science for students to learn, and nobody teaches it better than emeritus professor at ASU Michael White.
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.
The history of Indian wheat agriculture unites science and society.
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.
If you look to the National Science Foundation (NSF) for funding, you need to pay attention to your data.
On January 29-31, 2015, a team of ASU professors coordinated a workshop for the NSF, held in Washington D.C.
Wildfires burn bright in the history of America.
Center for Biology & Society faculty member Matt Chew recently completed a month in the U.K. doing archive research for a prospective book.