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Must Science Be Useful?

Summer/Fall 2017Scientists and policy experts respond to Daniel Sarewitz’s “Saving Science”

Making Technological Miracles

Spring 2017Mark P. Mills defends the value of curiosity-driven science and proposes a new way to think about R&D

Saving Science

Science isnít self-correcting, itís self-destructing. To save the enterprise, scientists must come out of the lab and into the real world.

August 15, 2016Daniel Sarewitz

Competing to Conform

Spring 2015James Poulos reviews Peter Thiel’s Zero to One

The Tools of Their Tools

Summer/Fall 2014Evan Selinger and Jathan Sadowski review Nicholas Carr’s book on automation

Confronting the Technological Society

Summer/Fall 2014Samuel Matlack revisits Jacques Ellul’s classic analysis of technique

Gambling with Global Warming

Winter 2014Lowell Pritchard on risk and uncertainty in environmental economics

Toward a Conservative Policy on Climate Change

Winter 2014Lee Lane on clashing worldviews, green politics, and a path forward

Liberty and the Environment

Spring 2014

Ronald Bailey on whether modern societies and free economies are antithetical to the flourishing of the natural world

When Finance Met Physics

Fall 2013R. McKay Stangler on why stock trading isn’t rocket science

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