2020 Science focuses on the relationships between science, technology and society, with a heavy bias toward emerging technologies such as nanotechnology, synthetic biology and geoengineering. As a personal and independent blog, it covers stuff that grabs my interest or gets my goat - especially in my professional areas of risk science, science policy and communication/engagement. As a result, I spend quite a lot of time exploring how to make sense of science and technology in a complex and not entirely rational society.
2020 Science's Latest Posts
[…] 2020 Science has recently found a new home with the U-M Risk Science Center and, after a brief slow-down during the last academic year, has roared back to life with 12 new posts this month (so far)! Recent posts have included ripped-from-the-headlines topics such as the world’s darkest material as well as nanoparticles in sunscreens and in Dunkin’ Donuts. […]
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