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Reimagining the American Dream

Reimagining the American Dream

The American Dream is an idea – an idea that has driven this country and inspired the world for almost 300 years. This dream is rooted in our Declaration of Independence with the words:  "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created...
Reimagining the American Dream
Reimagining the American Dream
Organizing Chaos: A Unified Vision for S&T

Organizing Chaos: A Unified Vision for S&T

Until recently, the United States relied on our vast expenditures and resources to remain at the forefront of the technological revolution. Given the increasing speed of global advancement, this is no longer an effective strategy. We cannot rely on...
Organizing Chaos: A Unified Vision for S&T
Organizing Chaos: A Unified Vision for S&T
Regulatory Failure in Flint, Michigan

Regulatory Failure in Flint, Michigan

The Flint, Michigan water crisis represented a failure of government at multiple levels. However, the damage could have been prevented if key components of a regulation evaluation process had been required at the inception of the rule making...
Regulatory Failure in Flint, Michigan
Regulatory Failure in Flint, Michigan
Book Review - Wayward Pines: Where Paradise is Home

Book Review - Wayward Pines: Where Paradise is Home

Given the opportunity, is there anyone that would turn down living forever? Suspended animation has been a cornerstone of fairy tales and science fiction novels, albeit the two genres utilize long-term sleep in hugely disparate ways. Fairy tales,...
Book Review - Wayward Pines: Where Paradise is Home
Book Review - Wayward Pines: Where Paradise is Home

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  • Gaming for the Greater Good: Using Video Games to Advance Science

    CReST Blog Apr 29, 2017 | 02:33 am

    Gaming for the Greater Good: Using Video Games to Advance Science By Damien O’Connell Want to revolutionize science research and education in this country? Use video games. Imagine combining highly-engaging (and highly addictive) games in the vein of Angry Birds, Candy Crush, and Call of Duty with solving science’s hardest problems[…]

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  • Take it to the Moon: Repurposing Space Junk

    CReST Blog Apr 13, 2017 | 15:59 pm

    Take it to the Moon: Repurposing Space Junk By Damien O’Connell 750,000. That’s the amount of space junk larger than 1 cm orbiting our planet. On average, these objects travel at 40,000 kilometers per hour, and when they hit other objects, like satellites, the result’s comparable to a[…]

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  • Print an organ, save a life

    CReST Blog Apr 5, 2017 | 23:34 pm

    Print an organ, save a life By Andrew Peterson U.S. organ donation systems have a supply and demand problem. The number of individuals in need of life-saving organs outstrips supply. The National Kidney Foundation reports that, as of November 2016, over 120,000 individuals are waiting for[…]

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