Chris Mellingwood's profile
Name

Chris Mellingwood

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Experience

Research Project Manager - University of Manchester: 2012 - 2015

Qualifications

MSc. (Research Methods) in History of Science, Technology, and Medicine - University of Manchester: 2013 - 2014. Merit.

BA (Hons) English - Manchester Metropolitan University: 2009 - 2012. First Class.

Awards and Funding

EPSRC funding for doctoral research: 2014 - 2017

Research Activities

Linked research interests with the ERC funded project: 'Engineering Life: Ideas, Practices, and Promises'

Chris Mellingwood has not added any teaching activity to this section yet.

Mellingwood, C. (2016) 'Envisioning experimental space through automated laboratory work' Conference paper at the Society for New and Emerging technologies (S.NET) conference, Bergen, Norway, October 2016.

Mellingwood, C. (2016) '"Not something we need to worry about": Automation in biosciences laboratories' Paper presentation at SynthSys Open Centre Meeting, University of Edinburgh, Sept. 2016.

Mellingwood, C. (2016) 'The case of robotics in UK synthetic biology: envisioning experimental space through automated laboratory work' Poster presentation at STIS Annual PhD conference, University of Edinburgh, April 2016.

Mellingwood, C. (2016) ‘Automation, expectations, and laboratory work - a robot in every lab?’ SynBio PerspectivesSynthSys opinion piece. http://www.synthsys.ed.ac.uk/news/synbio-perspectives-automation-expectations-and-laboratory-work-robot-every-lab

Mellingwood, C. (2015) 'Following the herd: paradoxes in the social study of synthetic biology' Engineering Life Project blog post. http://blogs.sps.ed.ac.uk/engineering-life/2015/12/02/following-the-herd-paradoxes-in-the-social-study-of-synthetic-biology/

Ellwood, S, Chambers, N, Llewelyn, S, Begkos, C, Wood, C. (2015) 'Debate: Achieving the benefits of patient-level costing - open book or can't look?'. Public Money and Management. 35 (1). http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09540962.2015.986893 

Chambers, N, Llewellyn, S, Adil, M, Wood, C, Begkos, C, Ellwood, S. (2014) 'Finance. It is time to open the book on NHS finances'. Health Service Journal. 124 (6403). http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25174236