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Star Trek's formula for the civilization of the future

A replica of the star ship Enterprise sits on display with other props from the television series "Star Trek" during a press preview of the auction  "40 Years of Star Trek: The Collection" at Christie's auction house in New York September 29, 2006. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES) - GM1DTPLRKXAA

In the Star Trek community, everyone makes a contribution somewhere. Image: REUTERS/Keith Bedford

Sylvie Albert
Professor and past Dean, Faculty of Business & Economics, University of Winnipeg
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