Content by 2017-2019 Sinai and Synapses Fellows (Page 5)
The quest for perfect vision—or any other repair or improvement in our physical bodies—often obscures bigger-picture things, like the moral and ethical implications of such research.
As part of Sinai and Synapses’ series “More Light, Less Heat,” Dr. Ashlynn S. Stillwell and Reverend Brian Sauder discuss how their faith led them to their environmental work.
White evangelicals tend to support pushing back certain provisions of the ACA, or eliminating it altogether, for at least three reasons particular to their religious group.
While we’re a lot like Peter – terrified, eager, and unsure – we can put our faith into action.
Teaching STEM doesn’t have to be all about lectures.
There’s a reason why this story has become a bit of a flash point between the religious fundamentalists and the atheist fundamentalists in the world.
Do young adults “outgrow” religion? The Sinai and Synapses Fellows’ personal stories add nuance to this claim.
Sinai and Synapses Fellow Brian Gallagher discusses the benefits — and potential downsides — of Buddhist meditation.
Is science driving emerging adults from religion? Our Sinai and Synapses Fellows discuss.
Our lives as we know it are only possible because there is an invisible, counter-intuitive framework woven into the fabric of reality.
Aligning an AI’s behavior with our values and goals is no trivial task.
As part of Sinai and Synapses’ series “More Light, Less Heat,” Rev. Dr. Ruth Shaver and Bill Richards discuss what inspires them to create and educate.