By Center for American Progress
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The Podcast series from the Center for American Progress's premier online journal of progressive science and technology policy, Science Progress. Science Progress examines current issues in science and technology through a progressive policy lens. We bring you not just coverage of current developments in the life sciences, bioethics, climate science, clean technology, information technology, and oceans and environmental science, also analysis of how these issues are shaping and being shaped by public policy. Through this work we are building piece by piece the progressive narrative of science and technology policy. Give us a listen.
||The Inquisition of Climate Science||Interview with author James L. Powell about the new book||8/3/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Exponentially Accelerating Information Technologies Could Put an End to Corporations||A Talk with High Technology Guru David S. Rose||8/3/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Talk With Tony Leiserowitz on Public Attitudes Toward Climate Science and Policy||A poll conducted by the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication and the GMU Center for Climate Change Communication Finds a Vast Majority of Americans See Environment vs. Economy as a "False Choice."||8/3/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Cyber Security Innovation with Ted Wood||Fostering Innovation to Secure our Nation's Critical Infrastructure||8/3/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Legally Poisoned: How the Law Puts Us At Risk From Toxicants||Interview With Scholar and Author Dr. Carl F. Cranor||2/1/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||How Science Sparked Democracy||There are intimate connections between the scientific advances that expanded the frontiers of human knowledge and the democratic experiments that expanded the frontiers of human liberty.||3/5/10||Free||View In iTunes|
||Population Matters (And So Does How We Talk About It)||The relationship between population and environmental sustainability is complex, and understanding the fraught history of debates on the issue is critical for scientists and advocates.||11/17/09||Free||View In iTunes|
||Online Since the 80s||The lessons learned from the French Minitel network in the 1980s are still important as the FCC considers net neutrality today. A philosopher of technology talks about the importance of digital democratic innovation.||11/16/09||Free||View In iTunes|
||Time for Family, Time for Science||A significant proportion of American women leave scientific careers between earning their Ph.D. and winning tenure-track positions. Many of these "leaks" in the pipeline are the result of decisions to start families. Changes to federal and university policy can stem the losses, say the authors of a new report.||11/10/09||Free||View In iTunes|
||Tools for Truth Telling||Given the Obama administration's positive approach to science and to human rights, a new CAP report argues that now is the time to craft policies that support collaborations between researchers and advocates that stop atrocities.||10/21/09||Free||View In iTunes|
||Science the Way It Should Be||New guidelines from the NIH will let researchers expand on important research, and, presumably, allow them to stop color-coding equipment paid for by different funding sources.||9/21/09||Free||View In iTunes|