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Satsu annual review 2011-2012

I’m a member of the SATSU (the science and technology studies unit) here at York. The annual review for the unit has just been released covering the 2011-2012 academic year. The unit is also coming up to its 25th anniversary … Continue reading

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Podcasts from the ‘Co-Production of Knowledge’ event

Back in July I attended (and helped a little bit in organising) an event on the ‘Co-Production of Knowledge’. At the time I posted a short piece on here about some of the talks. The event looked to bring together … Continue reading

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The co-production of knowledge: an event on social media and science and technology studies

I’m just spending a couple of days at a conference on ‘The co-production of knowledge’. Which is really an event about social media from a science and technology studies (STS) perspective. It’s proving to be a lively debate, with particular … Continue reading

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