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LSI at the Cutting Edge of Silicon Valley’s Quest

If a scorched cactus can live to 300, why not a human being? (Yvonne Stevens) On May 5, 2017, LSI will host its second healthy lifespan extension workshop.  Whatever one chooses to call it, age delay, anti-aging or life extension, … Continue reading

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Worldwide Web Watch

February 8, 2017 What does it mean to be “practice ready” after law school these days?  Ask yourself: what industry is responsible for most of the transactions, litigation, hiring, innovating, issue-creating, precedent-setting, legislation-enacting — you name it?  The tech industry.  … Continue reading

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LSI Life Sciences Cohort Visit to TGen

On November 29, 2016 the ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law LSI life sciences student cohort was invited to TGen to glean insight into the entity’s current projects and future ambitions. From the non-profit’s website, “[m]edicine is at a … Continue reading

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LSI Faculty Fellow Bowman Publishes on Responsible Innovation in Brain Science

The full text of LSI Faculty fellow Diana M. Bowman’s recently co-authored article is available here: garden-et-al-2016-neurotechnology-society

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LSI featured by Law School News, Fall 2016

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LSI Study Group Kicks Off 2016 With Big Data

 Dr. Arnie Calica The 2016 LSI Study Group had its 2016 debut on January 14.  The season’s first speaker was Arnie Calica who enlightened the group with his thoughts on big data.  He noted that finite data sets can easily … Continue reading

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2015 S.Net Conference — Montreal, Quebec.

The 2015 Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies Conference took place in Montreal, Quebec from October 18-21.  The conference attracted national and international scholars, scientists, engineers, government and other industry leaders interested in the  promotion of responsible … Continue reading

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Commentary: Indiana’s RFRA

  ASU Law Professor James G. Hodge, Jr., Center Faculty Fellow, along with Center Scholar, Gregory Measer, very recently published a commentary on Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act, in particular, its effect on a temporary needle exchange program declared to … Continue reading

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Robots, Unemployment and the Future of Meaningful Lives

By Gary E. Marchant Are robots and computers going to displace many or even most human jobs? And if they do, what will displaced workers do with their time and lives? Those were the themes of the most recent CLSI … Continue reading

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