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Andrew Maynard

Andrew Maynard is Director of the Risk Science Center at the University of Michigan School of Public Health.


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2020 Science

By: EHS Plus Andrew Maynard’s 2020 Science blog reinvigorated



Articles


"When risk gets personal"   riskscience.umich.edu  Jul 23, 2014

"The gathering storm of lab safety: Pathogen safety in federal labs"   2020 Science  Jul 21, 2014

"How safe is the world’s darkest material?"   2020 Science  Jul 18, 2014

"Responsible innovation key to the success of emerging technologies"   2020 Science  Jul 17, 2014

"Do we need a better definition for synthetic biology?"   2020 Science  Jul 16, 2014

"Nanojuice for GI tract imaging – is it safe?"   2020 Science  Jul 15, 2014

"Nanoparticles in Dunkin’ Donuts? Do the math!"   riskscience.umich.edu  Jul 14, 2014

"Geeking Out on the Science of Risk"   2020-science  Apr 14, 2014

"Talk to the Hand: Risk Bites, six months on"   2020 Science  May 27, 2013

"Carbon nanotubes as a potent cancer promoter – new data from NIOSH"   2020 Science  Mar 14, 2013

"Top 10 Most Promising Technology Trends 2013, from the World Economic Forum"   Ethical Technology  Feb 14, 2013

"At the frontiers of the science of health risk – five areas to watch"   2020science  Jan 7, 2013

"Open Access Academics: Experiments with YouTube, the Science of Risk, and Professional Amateurism"   2020science  Oct 18, 2012

"Jumping the Gap between a USA and UK High School Education"   2020 Science  Jul 29, 2012

"“We Took a Rat Apart and Rebuilt It as a Jellyfish”"   2020 Science  Jul 24, 2012

"Online Learning is where Online Music was Five Years Ago"   2020Science  Jul 6, 2012

"YouTube does the the Higgs Boson – Science communication on the quick!"   2020Science  Jul 6, 2012

"VidCon and YouTube Science"   2020 Science  Jun 24, 2012

"Carbon Nanoparticles could be Ubiquitous to Many Foods"   2020 Science  May 25, 2012

"2012 World Economic Forum Global Risk Report"   2020 Science  Feb 12, 2012

"Emerging Technologies and Sustainability: What’s risk got to do with it?"   2020 Science  Sep 28, 2011

"Davos 2011—Committed to changing the state of the world"   2020 Science  Feb 7, 2011

"Building a Sustainable Future"   2020 Science  Jan 21, 2011

"#9: Nanotechnology and Cancer Treatment"   Ethical Technology  Dec 23, 2010

"Small Gods and the Art of Technology Innovation"   2020 Science  Dec 8, 2010

"Emerging Technologies at the World Economic Forum"   2020 Science  Dec 2, 2010

"Beyond the Obvious – Lessons from the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill"   2020 Science  Oct 29, 2010

"Limited resources and emerging technologies: China does the math"   2020 Science  Oct 22, 2010

"Rehabilitating “Risk”"   2020 Science  Oct 14, 2010

"Could precisely engineered nanoparticles provide a novel geoengineering tool?"   2020 Science  Sep 17, 2010

"Filtering the Flashy from the Transformative"   Open the Future  Sep 16, 2010

"What do people think about synthetic biology?"   2020 Science  Sep 13, 2010

"Rethinking Nanotechnology"   2020 Science  Sep 3, 2010

"Smart Science for the 21st Century"   2020 Science  Aug 9, 2010

"Reflections on the Safety of Nanotechnology-Based Sunscreens"   2020 Science  Jul 19, 2010

"Welcome to real science!"   2020 Science  Jun 25, 2010

"The Future Safety of Synthetic Biology"   2020 Science  May 28, 2010

"At the Dawn of a New Technology"   2020 Science  May 22, 2010

"Building Trust Between Science and Society"   2020 Science  May 11, 2010

"Power to the People"   2020 Science  May 3, 2010

"White House Planning Policy Group on Emerging Technologies"   2020 Science  Apr 12, 2010

"Why We Need Technology Ratchets"   2020 Science  Mar 10, 2010

"Nanotechnology and Cancer Treatment"   2020 Science  Mar 7, 2010

"Why I Don’t Believe in Technology Innovation"   2020 Science  Feb 18, 2010

"Owning the Carbon Cycle"   2020 Science  Jan 31, 2010

"“No Small Matter” – A connoisseur’s guide to delicate work"   2020 Science  Jan 20, 2010

"Ten Emerging Technology Trends of the Next Ten years"   2020 Science  Dec 29, 2009

"Scientist just wants to have fun – a compendium of mindless games for the holiday season!"   2020 Science  Dec 25, 2009

"Science and Technology Innovation: Looking to the Future"   2020 Science  Dec 9, 2009

"What’s technology innovation got to do with it?"   2020 Science  Nov 23, 2009

"Do scientists encourage misleading media coverage?"   2020 Science  Nov 1, 2009

"Riding the Wave: Rethinking Science & Technology Policy"   2020 Science  Oct 16, 2009

"Living in a Post-Chemistry World"   2020 Science  Sep 12, 2009


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