Whether it be automation, the iPhone, or gene editing, some say our technical capacities have outstripped our moral knowledge. Others believe they have provided us immense creativity in dealing with our biggest ethical questions. Are these mutually exclusive?
Join Jenifer Ferriel, Forest Botanist with the US Forest Service, to learn more about pollinators and their host plants. This program is funded by a Responsive Program Grant from Oregon Humanities.
Eula Biss writes about how a threat becomes a plague in this excerpt from her book On Immunity.
Journalist Valerie Rapp on the complexities of dam removal
Talking about epigenetics, adoption, faith, and clowns with Oregon Humanities magazine contributors
Zip code may be more important than genetic code when it come's to determining a person's health. A film produced by Dan Sadowsky for Oregon Humanities.
Your health may be determined by stresses experienced by your great-grandparents. How does this change how we plan for the future?
Scholar Naomi Zack on the science and social construction of race in America
The perils and burdens of human enhancement. An essay by Mott Greene
Robert Paarlberg on the history of the Green Revolution and the future of global food production