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Science, Technology and Innovation Studies



Science and technology pervade all aspects of modern life. Think of the impact of vaccines, mobile phones, jet travel or the internet on how we interact with one another and understand own place in society. How have theories of natural selection, advances in quantum physics, synthetic biology or new medical theories and technologies changed the way we see ourselves? How have the politics of climate change influenced the science of climate change? Scholars in Science, Technology and Innovation Studies tackle such thorny issues. We seek to answer the big questions about how societies both influence and are influenced by science, medicine and technology.

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Dr Dritsas participating in a'Narrative Projections for Commercial Space Futures'

Lawrence Dritsas is attending a NASA-funded workshop on 'Narrative Projections for Commercial Space Futures' at Arizona State University April 2017.

New article on bioprinting & bioethics from Vermeulen & Haddow

Dr Niki Vermeulen and Dr Gill Haddow lead-author a new paper in the Journal of Medical Ethics: "3D bioprint me: A socioethical view of bioprinting

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