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The Battery War
Washington, DC

For all the global obsession with oil that has marked the past decades, the real future of energy may be something quite different.

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How Will Human Ingenuity Handle a Warming Planet?
Washington, DC

Humans are altering the Earth system at every scale, up to and including the global climate. How can we slow the damage?

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The Future of Reproduction
Washington, DC

The future of the reproductive sciences is full of possibilities, but what questions need to be answered before we get there?

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Can We Imagine Our Way to a Better Future?
Washington, D.C.

Science Fiction promised flying cars, yet in 2014 instead we have smartphone dating apps. Is Science Fiction to blame?

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New America NYC: The Internet's Own Boy
Washington, D.C.

The Internet’s Own Boy follows the story of programming prodigy and information activist Aaron Swartz.

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NYC: The Future of Getting Lost
Washington, D.C.

Please join New America for a conversation about technology, privacy and the future of getting lost.

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Digital Diplomacy and Proactive Monitoring: Challenges to Solutions
Washington, D.C.

The new age of data has created amazing proactive ways to work within communities along with heated discussions on privacy and government.

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World Cup Party with Robots!
Washington, D.C.

Future Tense celebrated the 2014 World Cup with a demo of actual robots playing soccer, followed by a viewing of the opening game.

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From Nowhere to Nobels
Washington, D.C.

Women now hold more than half of all American jobs, but they still make up less than twenty-five percent of the science, technology, enginee

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Hacking the University
Washington, D.C.

If 2012 was the year of the Massive Open Online Course, according to the New York Times, 2013 was something of a reality check.

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Now I Know Who My Comrades Are Event
Washington, D.C.

Women now hold more than half of all American jobs, but they still make up less than twenty-five percent of the science, technology, enginee

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Now I Know Who My Comrades Are
Washington, D.C.

In China, online critics write in code to spread the truths their government wants to hide. In Cuba, bloggers band together to get a fellow

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