Tina York, “Fluid Dynamics” (1995), mixed media, 32 x 40 inches. As a NASA Art Program artist, Tina York visited the Ames Research Center in California to study the principles of fluid dynamics. This piece shows the way gases move as a solid body passes through them.

Humanizing Science and Engineering

Does the passage of the CHIPS and Science act presage a new kind of politics? If industrial policy of the kind envisioned in recent US legislation turns out to be the basis of a bipartisan politics of science going forward, it will reflect a new understanding of the world and the place of science and technology in it. Essays in the Fall 2022 Issues explore what this evolving relationship with society will mean for both citizens and the science and technology community.

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