In this interview, George Poste, co-director and chief scientist at Arizona State University’s Complex Adaptive Systems Network, discusses where the United States stands today as an innovator in science and technology and explores how the nation was more bold in these areas during the Cold War. He reflects on the life sciences and biotechnology and explains what can be seen as both an evolution and revolution in these fields.
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Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 69 Issue 6
Keywords: biological, food, innovation, robotics, security, synthetic, weapons