By The Aspen Institute
March 21, 2016
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The Aspen Institute is an educational and policy studies organization based in Washington, D.C.

1. Who needs chemicals? Microbes — found in nature — are the new pesticides.

By Sarah Zhang in Wired

2. What if investors could back college students like a smart investment?

By Laura Pappano at PBS Newshour

3. Once we’re all riding in driverless cars, we won’t need traffic lights.

By Lucas Mearian in Computerworld

4. Will Americans eat slaughter-free meat grown in a lab?

By PTI in the Huffington Post India

5. Can we save the link between hard work and wealth?

By Maureen Conway at CNN

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