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2013

Be on the lookout for our latest African Futures Project brief, coming later this month, analyzing human development in South Africa’s Western Cape. The report will use UN’s Human Development Index as a measure of future development in the province.

2013

The Pardee Center has completed Stage 1 of its two-year forecasting project for the SENS Foundation, a nonprofit organization that researches regenerative medicine solutions for the diseases and disabilities of aging. The project is exploring possible future trends in a world where regenerative medicine could extend, and possibly double, human lifespans.

2013

Mohammod Irfan has installed Import XLS Batch in the International Futures system, significantly speeding up the process by which researchers can add large data sets to the IFs historical database. This process will allow major data sets to be uploaded from Excel to IFs as a batch, rather than sheet-by-sheet, as our research assistants had done in the past.

2013

We are pleased to welcome Jakkie Cilliers, executive director of the Institute for Security Studies in Pretoria, South Africa, who will join us at the Frederick S. Pardee Center in Denver for the months of March and April as a Fulbright Visiting Scholar.

2013

On April 11, Jakkie Cilliers, founder and executive director of the Institute for Security Studies (ISS), will speak to students at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies on Africa’s security future.

2013

Last month, the Pardee Center’s Dale Rothman traveled to Peru to participate in Oxfam’s ongoing Future of Agriculture project, which is part of its larger GROW campaign.

2013

On March 18 and 19, Barry Hughes visited the University of New Mexico and Sandia National Laboratories to present a pair of lectures titled, “Alternative Futures for Energy Production and Consumption in the U.S.

2013

On March 14, the United Nations Development Programme released its annual Human Development Report, “The Rise of the South: Human Progress in a Diverse World.” The Pardee Center contributed significantly to Chapter 4 of the report, titled “Sustaining Momentum,” which forecasts ongoing development trends.

2013

The Frederick S. Pardee Center is excited to showcase its two brand-new display monitors, recently installed in the conference room. The screens will be used in presentations for the center’s many VIP guests and will serve as great collaboration tools for the center’s staff and research assistants.

2013

Arrow Electronics CEO Michael Long and CFO Paul Reilly joined the Pardee Center’s Director Barry Hughes and Interim Associate Director Jonathan Moyer last week to learn about the capabilities of the IFs system for long-term business strategy. Hughes and Moyer highlighted the usefulness of IFs for private sector firms, such as Arrow, in identifying growth potential in international markets.

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