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IEET > Contributors > Christopher de la Torre

Christopher de la Torre

Christopher de la Torre earned dual bachelors degrees in biology and English from Eastern Connecticut State University, and his masters thesis for George Mason University explores collaborative science discourse and social media. He is considering a degree in bioethics. His creative work is featured in Vogue and other venues, and he writes about science and society for publications like Singularity Hub and The Huffington Post. Visit him online at urbanmolecule.me

 

 

 

 


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"Systems, Simulation and the New Collectivism"   Ethical Technology  Nov 7, 2012

"Higgs Boson and the Spiritual Universe"   Ethical Technology  Aug 18, 2012

"Alan Turing, Father of Computer Science, Defied Stereotypes, the Nazis, and a Nation"   Huffington Post Gay Voices  Jun 26, 2012

"Eugenics 2.0: Prometheus, Power & The Procreation Delusion (Part 2)"   Ethical Technology  Jun 22, 2012

"Eugenics 2.0: Prometheus, Power & The Procreation Delusion"   Ethical Technology  Jun 21, 2012

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