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John Nelson

John Nelson is a doctoral student in ASU’s Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology program.  His current work applies critical epistemology, the sociology of scientific knowledge, and small-scale deliberation design to questions of democratic science policy and pluralistic public narrative construction.

Can We Make it? Should We Make It?

Do you have an invention that could make the world a better place?

Can We Make It? Should We Make it? is a live, public event for inventors to showcase their creations. Submit your invention to be part of the show! If you are selected, you will get to present your invention live, on stage, to our panel of experts and get their feedback on your invention. Not an inventor? Come be part of the audience and participate in the show with our emoji-voting system which lets you decide Can We Make it? Should We Make It? alongside our experts!
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KickSTARter videos exploring ethics and the social construction of invention in the Star Trek Universe by Lea Cruz, Brooke Nelson, John Rudebeck, Daniel Santos, Ben Showard-Guerrero and Alyssa Henning.