Laws of Notion Made Best Podcasts of 2024 List!
Laws of Notion was just named one of the 26 Best Podcasts to Listen to in 2024 in Colorado by 5280 Magazine! The magazine described our podcast in the best way possible: "In discussions about the most intractable scientific problems facing humanity, the humans most directly affected by policymakers are too often left out of the conversation. This nonprofit-produced, national-award-winning series gives literal voice to those Coloradans...".Read the article
Colorado Science Policy Fellowship
The Institute was recently awarded a grant from the National Conference of State Legislatures through the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to plan and develop a Colorado science policy fellowship program that will provide legislators with direct access to scientists to support evidence-based policymaking.Learn more
Highlights from the 2023 Symposium
Watch all of the sessions from our 2023 Symposium featuring thought leaders, policymakers, scientists, the media, and our next generation of leaders. The keynotes and panels offer critical discussions about the ethics of science communication in an effort to rebuild trust in science and scientists in our polarized world. In addition, check out our curated list of resources from this year's speakers.Watch now
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Watch our discussion on the roots of our current divisiveness and new ideas for reducing polarization, from the role of media to interventions that work. Our panelists examine how differing political views intersect with our values, perceptions, and identities. Speakers include Stephen Hawkins, Director of Research for More in Common, Laura Frank, Executive Director of the Colorado News Collaborative, and Jan G. Voelkel, a researcher at the Polarization and Social Change Lab at Stanford University.
Watch our discussion on how carbon capture technology has evolved, how it is being used, and the current deliberation of its benefits and tradeoffs. Guests included Will Toor, Executive Director of the Colorado Energy Office, and Ahmed Abdulla, professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Carleton University and of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University.
Join us as we discuss the potential media threats AI tools such as ChatGPT pose to spreading misinformation and false narratives across the digital landscape. Associate Professor of Information Science Casey Fiesler talks with Institute Director Kristan Uhlenbrock from the University of Colorado where she is a leading researcher of technology ethics, internet law and policy, and online communities. From bias issues to accountability and media ethics, learn how AI will impact our ability to trust information in an increasingly polarized world.
COVID-19: Looking Back and Looking Forward
Now that we have reached the three-year mark of living with COVID-19 in the US, public health experts are reflecting on the past and the path forward. Our panel discusses long COVID, plus reviews what we’ve learned about the virus, what has changed, and what the future may hold.
Climate and our Economy
Climate change already affects large sectors of our economy, from infrastructure and property to public health and tourism. Many opportunities and creative ideas are being pursued by forward-thinking businesses, individuals, and governments. Speakers address the national, state, and local impacts of our changing climate and the benefits to jobs and the clean energy economy as we support a rapid energy transition.