David H. Guston

Arizona State University
School for the Future of Innovation in Society

Interdisciplinary B 256H, 1120 S. Cady Mall
P.O. Box 875603
Tempe, AZ
USA
85287-5603
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I am the founding director of ASU's new School for the Future of innovation in Society, and interim co-director of its companion Institute for the Future of Innovation in Society. While the Center for Nanotechnology in Society at ASU, which I directed for 11 years, has run down its NSF funding, its agenda remains active in in the School and the Institute through the NSF-funded Virtual Institute for Responsible Innovation. I am also leading the Frankenstein Bicentennial Project, including serving as co-PI on an NSF-funded project to develop a transmedia environment for science-and-society learning around Frankenstein and leading the editing of a new edition of Frankenstein for scientists and engineers.

Citation:
Guston, D. H. 2012. “The Pumpkin or the Tiger? Michael Polanyi, Frederick Soddy, and Anticipating Emerging Technologies.” Special 50th Anniversary Issue. Minerva. 50 (3):363-79.
URL: http://www.springerlink.com/content/28558183856r34j1/
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Guston, D. H. 2008. "Innovation Policy: Not Just a Jumbo Shrimp." Nature 454:940-941.
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Guston, D. H., and D. Sarewitz. 2002. "Real-Time Technology Assessment." Technology in Society 24:93-109.
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D. H. Guston. In press. “Building the Capacity for Public Engagement with Science in the United States.” Public Understanding of Science.
DOI: 10.1177/0963662513476403
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Guston, D. H. 2000. Between Politics and Science: Assuring the Integrity and Productivity of Research. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Substantive Focus:
Science and Technology Policy PRIMARY

Theoretical Focus:
Policy History SECONDARY
Policy Process Theory PRIMARY

Keywords

ANTICIPATORY GOVERNANCE PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT NANOTECHNOLOGY EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES FRANKENSTEIN