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From cyber crime to nature's best algorithm, we're taking a look about how something old can surprise us in new ways. Read more...

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In a world saturated with political tweets and SNL cameos, it's easy to get sick of spin. But the technology of spin has always been crucial to the presidency. David Greenberg gives us a behind-the-scenes look at how we get spun.

More minorities and women are getting into tech! And that's where the problems start. The story you haven’t heard about why talented people are giving up and dropping out.

Is America an engine of growth? Try some jumper cables. Economist Robert Gordon argues that the glory days are long gone.

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Thanks to creative presentation and marketing, the California Roll forever changed the American diet. Read more…

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Political spin is as old as politics itself. Professor David Greenberg tells us how our elected officials have developed new and creative ways to get their message across. Read more...

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The “pipeline problem” isn’t just old news; it’s distracting us from the real reasons why there aren’t more minorities in tech. Read more...

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Think our standard of living is always going to increase? Think again. Read more...

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Necessity isn't necessarily the mother of invention. But annoyance is.

College hasn't changed all that much since the '50s. Except for the price tag. ASU’s Michael Crow explains why we should rethink college.

In 20 years, you're not going to have to worry about finances. Betterment CEO Jon Stein tells us how automated assistants are going to make managing money much easier.

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Pagan Kennedy and Eric von Hippel explain why, and how, the process of invention is changing. Read more...

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The biggest difference between college in the 50s and college now? The tuition. We talk with ASU’s Michael Crow about the future of higher education. Read more...

Technology in medicine

Doctors are starting to treat their patients remotely. Durrie Bouscaren investigates. Read more...

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