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New article on 'gene drive'

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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

World leading and internationally excellent research

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89% of our research outputs have been ranked as world-leading or internationally excellent in the Research Excellence Framework 2021.
Date:
12 May 2022

Social Policy Teaching in UK HEIs – 2022 Survey

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Anyone who teaches social policy in UK Higher Education is warmly invited to take part in this survey.
Date:
11 May 2022

Black Voices on Contraception Choices and Experiences of Sexual Health Services project

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Dr Shardia Briscoe-Palmer is working on a project entitled 'Black Voices on Contraception Choices and Experiences of Sexual Health Services', in collaboration with University College London and Decolonising Contraception.
Date:
10 May 2022

Dr Lee Gregory has published a new edition of Social Policy in Britain, with Professor Peter Alcock

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The fifth edition this core introductory social policy textbook provides a comprehensive and updated introduction to social policy.
Date:
06 May 2022

ISS talk at the symposium Interventions in Technoscientific Culture

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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

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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

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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

Interdisciplinary Partnership on Health Inequalities and Race

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The Schools of 'Sociology and Social Policy' and 'Life Sciences' have been awarded an internal award to develop a cross-faculty Interdisciplinary Partnership on Health Inequalities and Race.
Date:
11 April 2022

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

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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
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