Future Water Use: Solutions in Technology?

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As a society, we often seek solutions to social problems in technology and innovation. If we need more food or water, we will develop more productive processes that exploit available resources. Technology and innovation are at the heart of fundamental conceptions prosperity, as crystallized by Endogenous Growth Theory that dominates economic thought. This innovation almost […]

Eye-catching Visualizations or Plain Jane Facts: Influencing and Informing Public-Decision Processes

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The field of Science and Technology Studies is a diverse realm that focuses on the sociological, historical, and political (or policy) aspects of science, technology, and society. Over the course of about thirty years, it strives to better understand how sociological processes are affected and affect the development and adoption of technology. The view has […]