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The Knight Science Journalism program is excited to welcome Antoine Picon and Carlo Ratti, co-authors of the new book "Atlas of the Senseable City." Dr. Picon will discuss how digital maps represent a revolution in cartography, their political relevance, and how do they change the way we “see” and live in cities. Dr. Ratti will then introduce the innovations developed by his Senseable City lab. Please contact Learning and Events Coordinator Claire Sadar if you are interested in attending.Find out more »
Few of us need convincing that American health insurance needs reform. But many of the existing proposals focus on expanding one relatively successful piece of the system or building in piecemeal additions. In her 2023 book We've Got You Covered: Rebooting American Health Care, Professor Amy Finkelstein and her co-author Liran Einav marshal original research, insights from American history, and comparative analyses of systems around the world to make a case for a full overhaul of the health insurance system. Please contact Learning…Find out more »