Here are our suggested links to science, technology and society resources devoted to understanding the meaning of science and technology in society. At your own pace, explore the science and high tech that's pouring forth from laboratories and corporate research and development centers to garages, living rooms, and kitchens across America - from a human perspective.
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
American Astronomical Society
American Institute of Physics...Discoveries and Breakthroughs Inside Science
Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences
Cornell University Science, Technology and Society Program
Harvard University's Science, Technology and Public Policy Program
Philosophy of Science links
Science and Technology in Congress...listing of bills from AAAS
Print Publications with an Online Presence
The Industry Standard
"One of the most trusted sources for business information on the Internet Economy."
"Daily Internet News and Internet Information"
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Technology Review
"Technologyreview.com delivers information, discussion and services for high-impact emerging technologies (especially infotech, biotech and nanotech) by building on MIT's award-winning monthly magazine."
"Science and technology news, features, and a comprehensive database of science jobs updated weekly."
New York Times, Circuits Section each Thursday
"News for nerds. Stuff that matters."
"Technology business news, analysis, and research."
"A guided tour of recent technological developments. The Web site will provide background, links to directly related information and key insights into the investigators themselves."
"Going beyond traditional technology coverage, Wired News delivers an in-depth, informed insider's perspective on how technology is affecting business, culture, and politics on a daily basis."
Other Science and Technology Programming on PBS/NPR
"The series covers personal computing and high-tech subjects around the world, having shot programs in such various locations as France, Israel, Scotland, India, Taiwan, Japan, Hungary, Germany, and Hong Kong."
"Digital Duo is a weekly series dedicated to an irreverent, unbiased look at hardware, software, Web sites and all things digital. The show is hosted by Stephen Manes and Susan Gregory Thomas of Forbes Magazine and US News World Report respectively."
"The series exclusively covers the Internet and the growing Web culture and lifestyle. The show features Internet tips, a guide to best web sites, and the lifestyles of the movers and shakers behind the global information superhighway."
"NOVA revolves around a simple premise: the world of science is exciting! For NOVA viewers, science means adventure and exploration - because from ants to aliens, this weekly documentary series probes the far reaches of earth, sea and stars."
Scientific American Frontiers
"Scientific American Frontiers is an awarding-winning PBS science series hosted by Alan Alda. Each program is based on a single theme and explores a variety of related topics, revealing how scientists pose questions, make observations and evaluate evidence to better understand our world."
Talk of the Nation - Science Friday
"A science talk-show which can be heard each Friday afternoon over National Public Radio."
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