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International conference on epigenetics

Description
Aleksandra Stelmach (Exeter, she did her PhD at ISS), Brigitte Nerlich (ISS), and Miguel Valdez (OU, he did his MA at ISS) are giving a paper at an international conference - Aleksandra in presentia, Brigitte and Alan in absentia.
Date:
21 June 2022

Testalepre Retreat 2022 - Call for Participants

Description
During this retreat we will explore theories and practices of ecological reparation and the politics of just transitions.
Date:
17 June 2022

Article on climate change by Rusi Jaspal and Brigitte Nerlich

Description
Rusi Jaspal (University of Brighton) and Brigitte Nerlich have published an article on climate change, identity and coping in Climanosco.
Date:
14 June 2022

New article on 'gene drive'

Description
Aleksandra Stelmach (University of Exeter), Brigitte Nerlich (University of Nottingham) and Sarah Hartley (University of Exeter) have published an article in the journal Science Communication.
Date:
17 May 2022

ISS talk at the symposium Interventions in Technoscientific Culture

Description
Dimitris Papadopoulos will give a keynote on "Ecological Reparation, Experimental Practice and the Problem of Scale" at the symposium of the German STS Association.
Date:
03 May 2022

New publication from Renelle McGlacken and Pru Hobson-West on imaginaries of 'the public' in UK dialogue around animal research

Description
Renelle and Pru have recently published a paper in Studies in History and Philosophy of Science.
Date:
19 April 2022

Booking open for British Academy conference on veterinary expertise convened by ISS members

Description
Professor Pru Hobson-West, Dr Alistair Anderson, and Professor Kate Millar are convening a conference hosted by the British Academy and funded by the Wellcome Trust on "Constructing and contesting veterinary expertise: professionals, publics and prospects".
Date:
13 April 2022

Roundtable discussions and symposiums dedicated to two books on Reactivating Elements and on Experimental Practice

Description
The feminist interdisciplinary group The Ediths is organising a dedicated roundtable discussions series on the new book "Reactivating Elements: Chemistry, Ecology, Practice".
Date:
05 April 2022

New BBSRC funded project on Eliminating Co2 from Fermentation Processes

Description
Dimitris Papadopoulos is Co-I on the new BBSRC funded project No Carbon Lost - Eliminating Co2 Production from Fermentation Processes (2022-2024, £1,875,000).
Date:
05 April 2022

New article on 'Gene drive communication: exploring experts' lived experience of metaphor use'

Description
Brigitte Nerlich and Aleksandra Stelmach (University of Exeter) have published an open access article on 'Gene drive communication: exploring experts' lived experience of metaphor use' in New Genetics and Society.
Date:
22 March 2022
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