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Race to the Future? Values and Vision in the Design of Technology and Society Part 2
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“Racism distorts vision” — Ruha Benjamin excerpt, 2 of 4

Dr. Ruha Benjamin explores the effects of machine bias and systemic racism in modern technology as well as the implications…

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Awe & Wonder: Scientists Reflect on Their Vocations

In this inspiring short film, scientists describe how their fascination with the beauty and complexity of nature informs their vocations,…

Profiles Spotlight Researchers Engaging with Religious Communities
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Profiles Spotlight Researchers Engaging with Religious Communities

  • Adam D. Cohen

AAAS has launched a new series profiling scientists who have forged meaningful relationships with religious communities.


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Science for Seminaries

Science for Seminaries is a longstanding DoSER project that offers grants to a diverse group of seminaries so that they…

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Engaging Scientists

Regardless of whether they spend their days in the classroom or at a lab bench, scientists interact with the public…

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Perceptions Project

DoSER partnered with researchers at Rice University to investigate more deeply the relationship between science and Evangelical Christianity and to…

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