Fellow and Editor, The New Atlantis
Adam Keiper, a Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, is the editor of The New Atlantis, a quarterly journal about the ethical, political, social, and policy implications of modern science and technology, jointly published by EPPC and the Center for the Study of Technology and Society. He is also the editor of TheNewAtlantis.com and of the New Atlantis Books series.
Mr. Keiper is the director of EPPC’s program on Science, Technology, and Society, and is also a contributing editor to National Affairs and to Current. Mr. Keiper, who has worked on Capitol Hill, in various think tanks, and in a corporate lobbying office, lectures and writes on science and technology policy.
He has a bachelor’s degree in political science from American University in Washington, D.C.
“The work Adam is doing at The New Atlantis is so critically important …. Adam and his team are determined to put into place the intellectual foundations that will enable us to truly make technology our servant and not our master.” — Robert P. George, at EPPC’s 40th anniversary gala
The Quiet Man Behind the Computer Revolution
Published in Philanthropy Magazine - Summer 2016 issue on July 20, 2016
The Age of Neuroelectronics
Published in The New Atlantis, Number 11, Winter 2006, pp. 4-41. on January 30, 2006
Science and Congress
Published in The New Atlantis, Number 7, Fall 2004/Winter 2005, pp. 19-50. on January 5, 2005
The Right Plan
Published in The New Atlantis, Number 4, Winter 2004, pp. 86-90. on March 9, 2004
The Nanotechnology Revolution
Published in The New Atlantis, Number 2, Summer 2003, pp. 17-34. on August 5, 2003