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The next 75 years of U.S. science and innovation policy

An article examining how the future of scientific research needs to be restructured to meet the increasingly complex needs and challenges facing society.

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The need for a new international technological alliance

A conversation with Eric Schmidt about the opportunities and risks facing the US without a coordinated, strategic plan related to artificial intelligence.

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Science institutions for a complex, fast-paced world

An article about why the time has come to move beyond the post- World War II model of organizing science.

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Overcoming stone age logic

An op-ed calling for shift from old-fashioned thinking focused on traditional disciplines working on short-term goals to collaborative efforts dedicated to solving real world challenges.

Stanford FLOW Speaker Series

Building the New American Research University

A conversation and Q-and-A about the evolution of ASU hosted by the Stanford FLOW (Future of Learning, Opportunity and Work) Speaker Series.

New American University: Toward 2025 and Beyond

A PDF of Arizona State University's official charter and goals as updated in 2019.

Hands holding the Earth

Overcoming stone age logic

An op-ed calling for shift from old-fashioned thinking focused on traditional disciplines working on short-term goals to collaborative efforts dedicated to solving real world challenges.

Myth & Fact Blackboard

How Science, Wedded with Good Policy, Has Created a Better World

An article about the critical role science plays in understanding humanity as the means by which society progresses.

Trust Fall

In This I Trust: Don't Take Progress For Granted

An article about the faith of Americans in major institutions and the habit of taking our national progress for granted.

Psyche Mission

How Studying a Metal Asteroid Can Rock Our World

An article about the potential impact of NASA's first ASU-led mission to a metal asteroid.

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Forget the Silver Bullet, Finding Solutions to Tough Problems Takes an Arsenal

An article about the need to better connect scientific research and socially useful outcomes through the thoughtful redesign of organizations.

PLuS Alliance

PLuS Alliance: Universities Tackle Global Issues

A look at the PLuS Allance, a partnership between ASU, King's College London and the University of New South Wales.