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Title:Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes
Description:A non-profit think tank that works with the U.S. Congress on issues involving science policies and their effects on society.
Keywords:Science, Policy, Outcomes, Education, PhD Program, Think Tank, Non-profit, Government, Washington DC, DC, ASU, Tempe, Arizona
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Winter 2019 Issues in Science and TechnologyHigher education re-imagined, plus nuclear weapons testing, octopus farming, space mining, and much more.A special section of essays in the聽Winter 2019聽Issues in Science and Technology聽draws from five studies recently released by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, along with essays from the presidents of several innovative universities, to present an array of practical policy solutions to well-recognized weaknesses in the STEM education enterprise.
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Fall 2018 Issues in Science and TechnologyWhat effect will technological advances have on the nature of work? A special section in the new issue聽helps to make sense of how work is changing.Advances in artificial intelligence, robotics, and other technologies have produced anxiety about the future of work. The picture is so uncertain that cases can be made for a future shortage of skilled workers, a shortage of high-quality jobs, or a decline in the need to work at all. A special section in the latest聽Issues聽explores the future of work.
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Fall 2018 UpdateCheck out the new events, publications, and website we've been working on over the summer.The Consortium for Science, Policy amp; Outcomes has had a very busy summer. Here are some of the exciting things we鈥檝e been working on.
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What Priorities Should Citizens Consider as Driverless Vehicles Become a Reality?A new discussion guide brings communities together to discuss a consequential and potentially transformative emerging technology: autonomous vehicles.The Consortium for Science, Policy amp; Outcomes has partnered with the Kettering Foundation to produce the first-of-its-kind deliberation guide for autonomous vehicles.
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Summer 2018 Issues in Science and TechnologyThe new issue challenges some core assumptions that underpin policymaking in competitiveness, climate, energy, and more.Relying uncritically on assumptions of questionable legitimacy is a poor way to make policy. This concern animates several of the essays in the Summer 2018 Issues in Science and Technology.
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Designing KnowledgeHow can organizations create and use knowledge more effectively? Clark Miller and Tischa Mu帽oz-Erickson provide answers in their new Rightful Place of Science book.Knowledge is every organization #8217;s most important asset. The newest book in the Rightful Place of Science series provides readers with the tools they need to design effective knowledge systems for informing critical business, policy, and community decisions.
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Is an intellectual network aimed at enhancing the contribution of science and technology to society #8217;s pursuit of equality, justice, freedom, and overall quality of life. CSPO creates knowledge and methods, cultivates public discourse, and fosters policies to help decision makers and institutions grapple with the immense power and importance of science and technology as society charts a course for the future.
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The most globally significant bilateral trade and investment relationship is between the United States and the European Union. According to a Brookings Institution report, the data flows between these partners are the highest in the world鈥50 percent higher than data flows between the United States and Asia and almost double the flows between the United [ hellip;]
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New research suggests that politicians systematically misperceive constituent perspectives on a range of issues. Lawmakers and their legislative priorities are remarkably unpopular with the public as a result. How can politicians and government organizations better understand and represent citizen perspectives? US government institutions often have difficulty connecting with the citizenry that they serve. Sometimes this [ hellip;]
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How can researchers engage the public on complex, profoundly important science and technology issues? First, throw out the deficit model of science communication and listen to the concerns of everyday citizens. Kettering Foundation research has long found that there is real political power to be had in the way issues are named and framed. The [ hellip;]
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CSPO is a research unit of the Institute for the Future of Innovation in Society at Arizona State University.
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