Chris's latest Huffington Post Blog: Should we ban autonomous killing robots?

We live in exciting times. Self-driving cars are just around the corner, and we can start imagining how our daily lives will be changed by the changes in traffic, our schedule, and transportation infrastructure in general. These cars may well even be all-electric, and we may not even own them, but just hail them using an app.

We can see how in the not-so-distant future we can order a product and have it delivered by a drone within an hour. For those of use who grew up with the promises of future technology à la "The Jetsons", it seems that we are finally seeing what that future may look like.

  Chris Adami  , Professor, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics; Physics and Astronomy

Chris Adami, Professor, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics; Physics and Astronomy


In the Works

From potential alien life to the basic cell structure of human beings, Chris's active research projects are changing the way we think about interdisciplinary science. Read more about his current research.

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Chris Tweets at ChristophAdami about trying to understand how the universe works, including people and animals. And plants and microbes. So, pretty much everything.