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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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  • Negative Results Should be a Positive

    CReST Blog Aug 3, 2018 | 17:56 pm

    Albert Einstein once said “Failure is success in progress.” Winston Churchill agreed, saying, “success is stumbling from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm.” But too often in academic science, a result that fails to support the tested hypothesis[…]

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  • Fixing a broken system

    CReST Blog Jul 30, 2018 | 19:22 pm

    America is on the verge of a new industrial revolution powered by biology that is being killed by outdated policies. By using recent advancements in genetic engineering, scientists are repurposing life in completely new ways. We are designing biosensors that[…]

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  • To Educate Intelligently, Use Artificial Intelligence

    CReST Blog Jul 22, 2018 | 21:28 pm

    Our children’s education is vital. And we are on the cusp of a pedagogical revolution, an upending of traditional instruction. We must invest now to keep education lock-step with technological progress. Automation, machine learning, and artificial intelligence may be serving[…]

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