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Articles from Issues in Science and Technology (September 22, 2019)

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An Innovation Agenda for Hard-to-Decarbonize Energy Sectors: Clean energy innovation has bipartisan public support and has proved successful in expanding the use of solar and wind power. Now it's time to tackle the hard stuff. Cunliff, Colin 4354
An Unsettling History. Fitzpatrick, Susan M. Recommended readings 1586
Climate Emergency Politics Is Dangerous. Hulme, Mike 2548
Critical Rejection. Trump, Eric Recommended readings 1689
Dental Exam. Bailey, Shara 1598
ECOLOGY UNDER THREAT? Pataki, Diane 1300
Editor's Journal: No End in Sight. Sarewitz, Daniel 1584
EXPANDING THE CRISPR CONVERSATION. Ping, Yan; Mitcham, Carl 1102
Incorporating Ethics Into Technology Assessment. Graves, Zach; Cook-Deegan, Robert 3098
INSIDE RESEARCH ETHICS. Hitchcock, Dale 356
MINDFULNESS INC. Nisbet, Matthew C. 1867
Mishka Henner: Feedlots. 365
NON-Biodegradable. 219
On Earth: Imaging, Technology, and the Natural World. 237
POWERING ENERGY INNOVATION. Hill, Christopher T. 937
PROTECTING THE CENSUS. Clark, Cynthia Z.F. 1541
Retrofitting Social Science for the Practical & Moral: In a world facing many complex, formidable problems, how can the social sciences become a decisive force for human betterment? Prewitt, Kenneth 6525
Science and Society. Follingstad, Gretel 1324
SCIENCE, SPORT, SEX, and the Case of Caster Semenya: Decisions about who can compete as a female athlete in world-class athletics should be informed by science, but they are ultimately subjective. Pape, Madeleine; Pielke Jr, Roger 4862
Seth Clark: Fragm entation. 328
SHOCK AND THAW. Galperin, Josh 522
Should We Privatize Censorship? Etzioni, Amitai 2601
SOCIAL MEDIA POLLUTION. Savedoff, William 471
SOCIALIZING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. Calvert, Sandra I. 524
The Kids Are Online--and Alright: Lack of broadband access is a greater threat to the well-being of young people than too much access. Crittenden, Camille 4138
The Social Media Propaganda Problem: Is Worse Than You Think. O'connor, Cailin; Weatherall, James Owen 2110
TROUBLES IN CLIMATE JOURNALISM. Pearce, Warren 428
What's Behind Technological Hype? Start-up losses are mounting and innovation is slowing. We need less hype and more level-headed economic analysis. Funk, Jeffrey 5082
Who's Afraid of Roundup? In the age of "Facebook science," the weight of evidence must compete with powerful popular narratives. Can common sense help? Kabat, Geoffrey 4137

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