The Future of Systematics in Data-Centric Biology


When and why does future progress in biology require taking taxonomy seriously?


Thinking About Model Organisms with Jessica Bolker


From October 31 to November 2, Dr.


Student Spotlight: Claudia Nunez-Eddy


This summer, Center Biology and Society Master’s student Claudia Nunez-Eddy spent three months in Washington, DC, interning at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in the


CBS Welcomes New Post-Doc


Abraham Gibson is a new post-doctoral scholar with the Center for Biology and Society! Below is a short story about his intellectual upbringing.


Center Faculty at Santa Fe Institute Discussing "The Past, Present and Future of the Anthropocene"


The Anthropocene, a new epoch in earth history, reflects the unprecendented ways in which one species - Homo sapiens - has shaped our planet.


CBS PhD Student Interns with the WHO


Theora Tiffney, a PhD student at the Center for Biology and Society, in the Bioethics, Policy, and Law concentration, has just returned from a four-month stay in Geneva, Switzerland, where she inte


Alumni Spotlight: Cecilia Chou


The Center for Biology and Society recently caught up with Cecilia Chou, a 2017 graduate with a Masters in Biology and Society, who is now a first-year medical student at University of Arizona College of Medicine in Phoenix.


BHL Re-tweets CBS Graduate Student


This summer marked my second opportunity to return to the MBL. This time, I worked as a fellow for the MBL History Project, but this year I was also fortunate to receive the Catherine Norton Fellowship to both complete my research and to design a physical exhibit for the MBL Library.


CBS Grad Student At Home in the Field 7,000 Miles Away


Center for Biology and Society Graduate Student Theresa Marie (Tracie) Lorenzo is spending some time in the Philippines, her home country, to conduct fieldwork research for her dissertation.


Alumni Spotlight: Kate MacCord


I got a degree in history and philosophy of science (HPS) because I wanted to understand how science and scientists work to give us an understanding of nature--both now and in the past.


MBL History Project Closes its Fifth and Final Season


Five years of work by ASU graduate students at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) came to a close on Friday July 21, 2017, as the MBL History Project closed its fifth and final sea


CBS PhD Candidate Begins Fellowship with the American Institute of Physics


Samantha Thompson, a PhD candidate in History and Philosophy of Science at the Center for Biology and Society, recently began a one-year fellowship at the American Institute of Physics in College Park,

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