The three top winners of the 2015 Intel Science Talent Search. From left, Noah Golowich, Andrew Jin and Michael Hofmann Winer.
Even something as simple as farming tomatoes (that went into Campbell’s soup) helped Lester Brown learn to appreciate the importance of planning for the future. That was his first step toward becoming a futurist.
Brian David Johnson stands in front of a vintage computer at the Computer History Museum. With computers, the future seems to arrive much more quickly than it does in many other industries. It’s important that educators today train the futurists of tomorrow to think broadly and creatively.