Center for Biology and Society

ASU's Center for Biology and Society promotes research, education and engagement related to study of the life sciences and their interconnections with society.

As a research center within a large, non-profit university, we strive to understand the ways in which the history, philosophy, ethics, policies, and laws surrounding the life sciences all intersect.

In order to do this, we host a number of growing digital and computational projects, including the Digital Innovation Group (DigInG), the Embryo Project Encyclopedia, the Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory History Project and the History and Philosophy of Science (HPS) Repository.