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Authors and papers

This page lists all the accepted papers by author. Click on a panel reference to see the panel page and paper details.

AuthorPaperPanel
., MaxigasThe social construction of risk and value in information security: recuperation versus détournementD04
Aarden, ErikA solution looking for a problem? Interrogating the 'innovation imperative' and the 'deficit model' of innovationF11
Abergel, ElisabethThe promise and challenges of human and animal stem cell tissue economiesB01
Abeysinghe, SudeepaShifts in medical work following the Fukushima disasterA24
Abriszewski, KrzysztofSuitcase science and after. Structures of semi-peripheral knowledge productionE10
Abud, Said JoseWho decides what is fair and natural? Mayan beekeeper encounters with global fair trade cooperatives and organic product scientific standardisation and controlA05
Adrian, Stine WillumWhen "do it yourself" with cryopreserved semen becomes unsafeF05
Aicardi, ChristineRelative gains or human security? A closer look at the EU's Ethics Issues Checklist for upstream control of dual-use research in EuropeF11
Akerman, MariaManure and material politics of resource-making: the case study of Biovakka biogas companyA09
Akerman, MariaUsing boundary object-theory as a framework for understanding adoption of renewable energy innovations in housing: building and HPAC -planA11
Akiwumi, FendaMaking coltan. Technologies, expertise, and knowledge in Sierra Leone miningA07
Akrich, MadeleineForgetting about the sword of Damocles: how do people live with presymptomatic diagnosis?A01
Akyuz, KayaHype, risk, modesty, and Frequently Asked Questions: opening up (new spaces in) science and closing down controversy?D03
Alastalo, MarjaCTRL+ALT+DEL: software sorted exclusion of asylum seekers in European population statistics and emergent subjectivitiesE03
Albert, AlexandraThe barriers and opportunities to participation in the Empty Houses Project: crowdsourced citizen social science for more socially robust knowledgeC22
Allen, ChrisThe contribution of internet use in personal networks of support for long-term condition self-managementF02
Allen, StephenOrganising unknowing?V08
Allhutter, DorisExploring the bias in de-biasingA27
Almeida, Maria StrechtCollaboration beyond disciplinary boundaries - meetings in outreach activitiesV03
Alter, HayleyIsITEthical? Participatory ethics in crisesA24
Alvarez, TamaraLunar extractivism: scientists and mining companies' shared ambitions in the European Space Agency's Moon Village conceptA07
Alvarez, TamaraUnearthing the Moon's secrets: science and extractivism in ESA's and NASA's lunar station conceptsA17
Alvarez, TamaraInnovation and neocolonialism in the European Space Agency's Moon Village concept (or how Europe will guide humanity into deep space)F11
Alzugaray, SantiagoWhich comes first? The construction of problems or solutions: science and technology agenda and social inequalitiesC05
Amankwaa, AaronForensic DNA retention: public perspective studies in the United Kingdom and around the worldC01
Amelang, KatrinData meets electronic waste: practices and temporalities of a transformative encounterA22
Amelung, Nina"Bio-bordering" in the EU and the surveillance of "non-publics"E01
Ampe, KasperUnderstanding the sustainable innovation journey of the Dutch Energy & Resource FactoryA09
Andersen, Astrid OberborbeckEmerging data infrastructures and ethnographic world-makingC16
Angeli Aguiton, SaraThe rain, the return, and the credit. Turning climate change into an insurable risk in SenegalA16
Ansenberg, UriStrategic planning and the 'smartification' of the cityC10
Antonakaki, Melpomeni'Folded Infrastructure' two years on: what is at stake when unregulated spaces generate "best practices"?E02
Aoyagi, MidoriFuture as infeasible, desirable and unimaginable: an analysis of lay public imaginaries of the 2°C goal and low-carbon energy transitionsV04
Aradau, ClaudiaActs of digital parasitism: data, humanitarian apps and platform economiesC16
Argudo Portal, VioletaT-cell immunotherapy an ethnographic case study in progress: a donors registry and a cell bankB01
Arora, SaurabhThe urban food-water-energy nexus as an ecology of practicesC07
Arribas-Ayllon, MichaelGenome testing and the social ontology of childhood adoptionV01
Asayama, ShinichiroFuture as infeasible, desirable and unimaginable: an analysis of lay public imaginaries of the 2°C goal and low-carbon energy transitionsV04
Asdal, KristinDe-cod-ing valuation experiments: the co-modification of seafood and consumers in experimental settingsG02
Ashmore, MalcolmWhy Bogotá? The local, the global, and the interesting. Or: STS, here and thereC12
Ashraf, HasanGroundwater and pataler pani in DhakaA14
Asveld, LotteInclusive biobased innovation for sustainability: a case study in JamaicaA09
Atkinson, SallyProtecting and perfecting nature: performing responsibility in academic-industry collaborationC15
Attenborough, RosalindThe open science "revolution": changing policy, practice - and people?F03
Ávila Torres, VíctorOn getting attached to music. Strategies and drivers of loving music in everyday life.B05
Avlona, Natalia- RozaliaFrom the virtual communities of digital commons to the phygital practices of makerspaces: an intersectional feminist studyC23
Bacci Mañaricua, María PilarHealth professionals responses to demands for medical solutions to emotional distress in UruguayF02
Bachmann, GoetzRadical engineering: an ethnography of promiseB07
Bailey, SimonMaking up the numbers: quality improvement as a policy device for hard timesG04
Baker, Karen S.The role of research infrastructure formation strategies in opening and closing scienceD03
Bal, RolandThe co-laborator: place-making through laboratization practices in a living lab constructionB06
Bal, RolandUrban labs as resilience practicesF09
Balbierz, SandraDatafied spaces: (re)figurating the city as laboratoryC13
Balmer, AndrewThe polygraph and police interrogationsG01
Bandola-Gill, JustynaImpacted or impactful? The research impact agenda as a challenge to academic identitiesF03
Barbier, MarcOrganizing inclusion: getting through the borders of innovative communitiesB06
Bareikyte, MigleThe Internet as Infrastructure development in LithuaniaE10
Barla, JosefEconomies of hope and the commodification of life itself: transgenic mosquitoes as technoscientific matters of careC27
Baroncelli Torretta, NicholasWho gets to situate design? Reflections from engaging with diversity in design.B07
Barrault, JuliaInterdisciplinary study of the management at the source of pharmaceutical residues in the hospital: a chemical and a sociological analysisA12
Barry, AndrewBiopolitics, or a chemical societyA20
Barry, KayaMore-than-human hypermobilities: unravelling the entanglements and resonances of air travel in the AnthropoceneA26
Baskin, JeremyBetween magic and hubris: the geoengineering turn in climate policy and the global SouthC18
Bath, CorinnaWho will be in charge of agency of driving? Negotiating the future of automobility between gender studies and automotive engineeringC05
Bath, CorinnaTeaching genetics with STS: an innovative program to make students fit for post-truth debatesW01
Bauer, AnjaIdentity formation and transformation in transdisciplinary scholarship: the case of Technology AssessmentF03
Bauer, SusanneLocating the data centre. Attending to place in the study of cloud computingA22
Baur, AndreasThe cloud at the horizon of the internet infrastructureA22
Bazan, WendyWho decides what is fair and natural? Mayan beekeeper encounters with global fair trade cooperatives and organic product scientific standardisation and controlA05
Bea, SaraThe good, the bad and the difficult: sharpening STS tools to navigate conflicting normativities in the medical practice of deceased organ donationF04
Bellamy, RobPublic perceptions of bioenergy with carbon capture and storage under different policy instrument framingsA23
Bellamy, RobWhy practices and atmospheres of participation matter: insights from a democratic experiment in distributed deliberative mappingE09
Bellanova, RoccoResisting visualizations. A cross-species and cross-field comparative exploration - part 1E04
Bendor, RoyThe designer in the middle: urban futures for public consumptionF10
Bento, SofiaEnvironmental Impact Assessment through ethnography: disentangling or negotiating slippery subjects?F07
Bergman, NoamImpacts of the fossil fuel divestment movementD02
Berker, ThomasRegulation and performance: lessons from the first and the second passive house school in NorwayC19
Bernelin, MargoBig data and the anticipated reshaping of the patient-physician relationshipG03
Berscheid, Anna-LenaMeeting of the minds. Or: on building walls instead of bridgesC11
Bertilsson, JonasThe enactment of legitimate stakeholders and issues at the Green Climate Fund board meetingsE06
Beumer, KoenInequality matters - comparing discourses of innovation in UK and post-apartheid South AfricaC05
Beuret, NicholasToxic capacities: chemopolitics and the horror of late industrialismA04
Bezuidenhout, LouiseAccess to equipment and epistemic injustices within scientific researchC05
Bialski, PaulaHold it together: thresholds of understanding when building routing softwareB08
Biedermann, SabineSmuggling everyday Quality of Life into conventional oncological treatment.C14
Bieler, PatrickNew cooperation between social psychiatry and the housing industry in Berlin: staging para-sites from within an urban assembly.C04
Bielli, AndreaDilemmatic situations between benzodiazepine prescription recommendations and practices in UruguayC26
Bielli, AndreaHealth professionals responses to demands for medical solutions to emotional distress in UruguayF02
Bieszczad, Sarah"It's very simple, they … just get it done there" - reproductive technologies, gene editing, and moral geographies as sense making devicesF05
Bingham, NickSmart cities in the making: learning from Milton KeynesC13
Birch, KeanAssets, commodities, and their boundariesG02
Birkholz, SinaDoing "deliberative mini-publics": tracing translocal networks of experimentation with democratic innovations - does politics become technologized?E09
Bischof, AndreasYour mother is watching you: lateral surveillance in smart homesA03
Bischof, AndreasWag the dog - how robotics configures care situationsE05
Blacker, SarahGrounding the data: community-based toxicology in Northern Alberta, CanadaA29
Blake, MeganWaste becoming food: value questions, uneasy solutions, and policy possibilities in the surplus food systemC28
Blanke, TobiasActs of digital parasitism: data, humanitarian apps and platform economiesC16
Bleicher, AlenaThe role of framing technologies used by techno-scientific experts to make secondary resourcesA07
Blell, MwenzaWho's afraid of ghosts? Ethics, data, and disconnected collaboration in epidemiological researchC03
Bleumink, RyanneWorking with stereotypes in facial composite drawingE08
Bleumink, RyanneComposite method: experimenting with the absent presence of race in film and facial composite drawingF07
Blok, AndersModes of urban greening? Civic urban natures in-between familiar engagement and green critiqueA18
Bloomfield, BrianLandscape and heterotopia in New Zealand: conflict over oil and gas developmentA13
Blue, StanleyThe texture of the terrainC07
Bluemel, ClemensValuing open science: the significance of openness between digital platformization and societal legitimationD03
Bluemel, ClemensLarge scale data assessments through digital platforms in science- the coproduction of significanceG03
Boczanski, TobiasCoding for the common good - writing software in organizations with careC20
Boersma, AsherIsolated yet profoundly networked: a mobile and multi-sited ethnography of control roomsE06
Boeva, YanaStructures of emancipation in design-centered makerspacesB06
Böhm, BernhardSituating design in architecture: reflections on spatial-visual knowledge in architectural design educationB07
Borgstrom, EricaNon-interventions as form of careB05
Born, DorotheaThreatening, dominated, vulnerable: visualizations of nature in the climate change communication of GEO and National Geographic.E04
Böschen, StefanEpistemic regimes: the case of regulating chemicals in the European UnionA12
Bosma, EsméDe-scription of security technologies: countering terrorist financing in financial institutionsA19
Botero, AndreaThe role of research infrastructure formation strategies in opening and closing scienceD03
Botero, AndreaEncounters and disencounters: design, innovation and the 'public' in public sector innovation labs in Ibero-AmericaF09
Both, GoedeOrdering the mess of everyday trafficB08
Bottel, MatthiasThe dependence of agile software project organization on agile software development toolsC20
Boucher, Philip3D bioprinting for medical and enhancement purposes: scenarios and options for European policyB01
Braun, VeitDistinct, uniform, stable: breeding the perfect goodG02
Brawner, June"You can taste it in the wine": making minerality matter in post-socialist HungaryE10
Bredstrom, AnnaRace as a multiple object in contemporary biomedicineE08
Breiter, AndreasTrust and machine learningA27
Brenninkmeijer, JonnaAchieving good interdisciplinary researchF04
Bresch, David NRevisiting the 'thought styles' of Ludwik Fleck (1935): tracing knowledge transfer across 'thought collectives'A05
Breslin, SamanthaLearning to program realities and identities: diffractions of rendering technical in undergraduate computer science educationE03
Brice, JeremyMeetings and marketplace platforms: platform capitalism and the mediation of food encountersC28
Brill, SaskiaBetween places and markets. How prices for carbon emissions emergeG02
Brisley, AdamMaking up the numbers: quality improvement as a policy device for hard timesG04
Brooker, PhillipJust what are we doing when we're describing AI? Harvey Sacks, the commentator machine and the descriptive turn in artificial intelligenceB11
Bruno, GabrielaHealth professionals responses to demands for medical solutions to emotional distress in UruguayF02
Bruun, Maja HojerEmerging data infrastructures and ethnographic world-makingC16
Buchmüller, SandraWho will be in charge of agency of driving? Negotiating the future of automobility between gender studies and automotive engineeringC05
Buck, HollyCarbon removal from below: understanding tensions between discourses of drawdown versus negative emissionsA23
Budzinski, HeleneInterdisciplinary study of the management at the source of pharmaceutical residues in the hospital: a chemical and a sociological analysisA12
Bühler, NolwennPowering life: exploring the bio-objectification of mitochondria in reproductionF05
Burkhardt, MarcusLearning in the wild: on the problem of adaptivity in machine learningA27
Burns, RyanWhere's the database in digital ethnography? Exploring database ethnography for open data and smart cities researchC16
Buscher, MonikaIsITEthical? Participatory ethics in crisesA24
Cakici, BakiKnowing the whole: personal identification number as statistical infrastructureV07
Caldwell, ElizabethMeeting gender in space: visual imagery in children's science booksE04
Calisto, NancyDilemmatic situations between benzodiazepine prescription recommendations and practices in UruguayC26
Callaghan, MaxA topography of climate change researchA08
Callén, BlancaObjectual companionship? Intimating with objects at the end of their livesA15
Calvillo, NereaCreating atmospheric compounds through human and nonhuman involvementsA04
Campbell, PatriciaEmbodiment and self-care practices: how injured runners negotiate medical expertise onlineA01
Cañada, JoseHybrid assemblages on the move: a more-than-human understanding of pandemic threat identification and governanceA26
Carboch, RadekMaking clients to decide for themselves: turning people with learning difficulties into "modern subjects"B05
Carboch, RadekIn between silence and re-describing matters of care: an attempt at ethnography of cognitive dis/abilityB11
Cardwell, EmmaHypermetabolic N: the social life of nitrogenA20
Carmi, Elinor"Don't let them feed you with organic sorts": demystifying 'organic' ordering on social media with rhythmediaC20
Carradore, RobertoThe 360°approach as a case of undone science: knowledges about a plant phatology in ApuliaA05
Carrasco, JimenaWhat is a dog able to do? Producing a new cosmopolitan antropozoogenesis in Chilean citiesA26
Carrere, GeoffreyInterdisciplinary study of the management at the source of pharmaceutical residues in the hospital: a chemical and a sociological analysisA12
Carusi, AnnamariaChemicals in the 21st century: morphing models, blurring boundariesA29
Carvalheira, RaquelEnvironmental Impact Assessment through ethnography: disentangling or negotiating slippery subjects?F07
Caser, UrsulaTogetherness and co-creation in a VUCA-world - chances and challengesC12
Casini, SilviaAffectivity and data-visualisation entanglements in the (re)invention of Magnetic Resonance Imaging technologiesA15
Cassen, ChristopheOrganising policy-relevant knowledge for climate action: Integrated Assessment Modelling, the IPCC, and the emergence of a collective expertise on socioeconomic emission scenariosA08
Cassidy, Angela"Conscience implies a sense of duty". Good science and caring for wild animals in applied ecologyF04
Cellard, LoupExperimenting the parliament as a platform. Design cultures at the french National AssemblyE09
Chakkalakal, DennySmuggling everyday Quality of Life into conventional oncological treatment.C14
Chan, AnitaData cultures from the Global South: decentering data universalismC23
Chavinskaia, LidiaKeep diversity - make standards! Interbull as a space of international commensurability for cattle breeding standardsG04
Chekar, Choon KeyAccomplishing complex genomic based multi-arm trials: Working with tissue, time and valueA15
Chiapperino, LucaThe biosocial imaginaries of epigenetics: performance, visibility, ethopoliticsA01
Chilvers, JasonWhy practices and atmospheres of participation matter: insights from a democratic experiment in distributed deliberative mappingE09
Chopra, SimranCitizen led visions of the future smart city from grassroots urban agricultureD01
Cigarini, AnnaWhen co-creation of citizen science drives empowerment: an example from the mental health communityC22
Clark, NigelInfernal encounters: extractive communities at the intersection of earth system and stratigraphic troubleA24
Clarke, RachelCitizen led visions of the future smart city from grassroots urban agricultureD01
Clear, AdrianCitizen led visions of the future smart city from grassroots urban agricultureD01
Clement, AndrewInverting the global internet surveillance infrastructure with IXmaps, the crowd-sourced mapping toolC23
Cloatre, EmilieIndigenous epistemologies in global health: WHO regulation of traditional medicine since Alma Ata 1978C25
Clormann, MichaelTroubled Orbits, Earthly Politics: The Securitization of Space Debris in the New Space Age A21
Cohn, SimonNon-interventions as form of careB05
Cointe, BéatriceOrganising policy-relevant knowledge for climate action: Integrated Assessment Modelling, the IPCC, and the emergence of a collective expertise on socioeconomic emission scenariosA08
Cointe, BéatriceDe-cod-ing valuation experiments: the co-modification of seafood and consumers in experimental settingsG02
Colella, ChristianThe 360°approach as a case of undone science: knowledges about a plant phatology in ApuliaA05
Coles, Anne-MarieThe role of system builders in UK urban tramway development, 1870-1896V06
Conrad, LisaNew transparency, new opacityG05
Cook, MatthewSmart cities in the making: learning from Milton KeynesC13
Cook, SimonWomen’s imagination of future, less polluted, urban environmentsF10
Cools, PieterCitizen stakeholder's visions of monitoring strategies in nuclear waste disposal sites: an inquiry into the political life of a 'counter-imaginary'D02
Cooper, DanielThe Alleluia syncretic revitalization movementC12
Correljé, AadChanging futures for gas in the Netherlands – exploring the role of the public in energy system changeF10
Courmont, AntoineOpen data infrastructures: the tension between attachment, detachment and reattachmentC16
Coveney, CatherineGenetics, heritability and family histories: materialising the healthy egg donor in clinical screening practicesF05
Cowan, HannahWhen tinkering goes wrong: innovating to care or caring to innovate?V08
Cox, EmilyThe politics and publics of Enhanced Weathering for carbon sequestrationA23
Coyle, FionaThe social construction of genome-editing technologies in the conference agoraC27
Cozza, MichelaMatters of concern in welfare technologyE05
Cressman, DarrylDisruptive innovation & the idea of technologyD01
Crevani, LuciaMatters of concern in welfare technologyE05
Criado, TomásArchitectural intraventions: pedagogical experiments with 'technical democracy' in design studio projectsC14
Cruz-Santiago, ArelyThe death, the living and the disappeared: bringing back absent bodies in mass atrocities through DNA, and cybernetic citizenshipC01
Cubellis, Lauren"Inchoate Potential": Therapeutic and Ethnographic Reflections in Dialogic PracticeC04
Cuevas Garcia, CarlosScaffolding expertise: from expectations to interventions in the development of biofabricationB01
Cunningham-Burley, SarahAccomplishing complex genomic based multi-arm trials: Working with tissue, time and valueA15
Cuppen, EefjeNuancing NIMBYism: examining perspectives on the practice of community engagement in energy projectsA11
Cuppen, EefjeGoverning crowd-based innovations: sociotechnical reconfiguration through institutional workB03
Cuppen, EefjeSocial conflicts in energy projects: exploring differences in moral appraisals through the lens of epistemic culturesD02
Cuppen, EefjeChanging futures for gas in the Netherlands – exploring the role of the public in energy system changeF10
Currie, MorganInstrumental, collaborative, agonistic: a spectrum of civic data projects in Los AngelesC16
Curtis, MaximilianThe state of the future? E-stonia and the techno-utopian commodification of identity in the digital ageV07
Curto-Millet, DanielDigital platforms in the sharing economy: from matchmaking to boundary makingA09
D'Angelo, LorenzoMaking coltan. Technologies, expertise, and knowledge in Sierra Leone miningA07
Dahl, JustiinaResponsibility to drill or not to drill for oil in the Arctic Ocean? The translation of techno-scientific uncertainty into political power, then and nowD01
Dahler, Anne MarieWays of encountering water: ethics of freedivingA14
Dai, LianghaoTo collaborate interdisciplinarily but work disciplinarily? Trading zone and the cognitive dynamics of interdisciplinary collaborationC11
Dal Gobbo, AliceWhen institutions do not help: making and mending sustainable energy systems at homeA11
Danesi, GiadaLiving with type 1 diabetes as a biosocial form of livingA01
Dankova, HanaTransformation processes after 1989 reflected in changes to Czech industrial chemical research institutesE10
Dankova, HanaPolitics by other means? Czech chemical industrial R&D institutes before and after 1989F06
Danyi, EndreCosmopolicy-in-practiceA13
Darch, PeterToo much, too soon? Emerging domains of science and the logic of reproducibilityG06
Datta, SaheliRelative gains or human security? A closer look at the EU's Ethics Issues Checklist for upstream control of dual-use research in EuropeF11
David, MartinThe role of framing technologies used by techno-scientific experts to make secondary resourcesA07
Davies, Gail"My genes are in mice": intimate encounters in co-clinical trialsA15
Davies, SarahBeing lucky and making choices: making sense of mobilityF03
Davies, SarahSituating integrity: locating policy concepts in practiceG06
de Laet, MarianneMixing dirt with water. Or, on the importance of keeping the bacteria contentA14
De Pryck, KariInternational expertise under 'controversy'. The case of the IPCCA08
de Rijcke, SarahFilling in the gaps. The politics of interpreting academic CVs in evaluative situationsF03
de Saille, SteviennaSerious yet playful: the benefits of play when social scientists and synthetic biologists meetC11
de Saille, SteviennaBeware the intersections: developing a feminist lens for discussions of genome editingC27
de Wit, SaraWater, solidarity and the hereafter in Madagascar: or how to keep society and the pump running?A14
DeFalco, AmeliaDisposable bodies: robots and care in Real HumansV04
Deibel, EricInformation and the biopolitical: thinking across bio-objectsC09
Delicado, AnaCitizen science from below or from above: a tale of two projectsC22
Delvenne, PierreTemporary decommodification? Sorting things out in the capitalist value chain of soy in ArgentinaG02
Dennis, FayIntimacy over 'evidence': disrupting modes of knowing drug-related harmA15
Derra, AleksandraMeetings and relationalities instead of individuals and separated units. Reformulation of biological concepts for life sciences in XXI centuryE10
Dessai, SurajeRevisiting the 'thought styles' of Ludwik Fleck (1935): tracing knowledge transfer across 'thought collectives'A05
Deville, JoeDisaster on standbyA24
Dey, TridibeshIntroducing 'care' into circular economies: implications on pro-posal, use and dis-posalA09
Dimitrievski, IvancheForeclosing "conflict": an ethnography of futures at the European Spallation SourceD01
Diodati, FrancescoEfficiency, standardization and the complexity of integrating care for old people in a primary care setting in Northen ItalyF02
Dodds, CatherineEmbodiment, affect and the transformation of HIV: intimate knowledge and biomedical consensusA15
Domènech, MiquelEmpirical imaginaries of care robots in a children's hospitalC03
Dominguez, AndresData infrastructures for all: the case of community networks and the DiY IoT SceneA28
Domínguez Guzmán, CarolinaCaring for the canal: exploring water management and cuidarA14
Doolin, BillLandscape and heterotopia in New Zealand: conflict over oil and gas developmentA13
Dorn, AnnaUse and representation of substances. Experimentation in natural science lessonsA12
Dorthe, GabrielConstitutional climates: solar geoengineering in the co-production of climate expertise and global orderC18
Draude, ClaudeWhose knowledge, whose power? Investigating principles of machine learning from a feminist epistemological perspectiveA27
Driessen, AnneliekeNon-interventions as form of careB05
Drimie, ScottT-labs as transformative spaces: the case of alternative food networks in the Western Cape, South AfricaC28
Dudhwala, FarzanaWhose feedback is it anyway? Enacting agency in online health experience reportsG07
Dufour, VincentInterdisciplinary study of the management at the source of pharmaceutical residues in the hospital: a chemical and a sociological analysisA12
Dunk, RachelUniversity students' perspectives of a Smart City: integrating needs and aspirationsA10
Dunn, RachelRepresentation in nineteenth century chemistryA20
Durrant, AbigailModelling cells in risky comakings and devious worldsB09
Egbert, SimonPRECOBS: theory- and correlation-based construction of crime futuresA27
Egher, ClaudiaDigital biocommunities: community-building and sharing practices on blogs and forums among people diagnosed with bipolar disorderA01
Ehrenstein, VéraCement and the material form as bearer of responsibility and accountabilityA04
Eireiner, Anna VerenaSelf-regulation vs. precautionary principle: governing uncertainty in and around DIY biology in Europe and North AmericaD04
Ejderyan, OlivierTechno-scientific promises as a negation of the future. The case of Enhanced Geothermal SystemsA11
Eli, KarinDigital eating: exploring the contours of platformed foodC28
Endaltseva, Alexandra"Life of Things Project": being useful as a way of knowingF07
Engel, NoraAligning to variable and shifting (user-) settings in developing point-of-care diagnostics for tuberculosis and HIVC25
Engelmann, LukasDigital epidemiology and the disruption of public healthG07
Engels, FranziskaTesting future societies - how test beds re-interpret and co-produce technology and societyF09
Epstein, BenjaminEvaluating care work and searching for scientific grounding in the disaster zone: disaster mental health activities in northern JapanF04
Ernst, WaltraudMeeting in collaborative figurationsB09
Ertner, MarieMatters of time - the different times of technological innovation and care practiceE05
Evans, Sam WeissThreats to democracy: balancing democratic ideals and security concernsE09
Even Chorev, NadavPatients becoming with predictive technologies: examining relationality in practice in a personalized cancer clinical trialC26
Eyert, FlorianA new form of social ordering? Investigating the impact of datafication practices on regulationG03
Farias, IgnacioDoing participatory urbanism: traps and tropes for technical democratizationC14
Fárová, NinaTransformation processes after 1989 reflected in changes to Czech industrial chemical research institutesE10
Fárová, NinaPolitics by other means? Czech chemical industrial R&D institutes before and after 1989F06
Farré, LluviDesigning persistent maladjustments: age simulation suits and the problematization of elder's agencyE05
Fearon, Kristine"You are not ready to be a mum if you are not listening to a medical professional say it is not safe": how 'reproductive responsibility' affects family-building choices in women with Turner SyndromeF05
Felder, KayEvidence for excellence? How ERC reviewers attribute (non-)excellence to researchersF03
Felt, UlrikeHow institutions think: governing research integrity in university environmentsG06
Felt, UlrikeAnticipation as a normative practice. Life science researchers' anticipatory practices between care and managerialismV03
Felt, UlrikeThe Science in Society Laboratories: training students to analyse contemporary techno-scientific controversies and develop normative recommendationsW01
Ferreira, Arthur ArrudaWhat is a dog able to do? Producing a new cosmopolitan antropozoogenesis in Chilean citiesA26
Ferreira, MariaEncounters and disencounters: design, innovation and the 'public' in public sector innovation labs in Ibero-AmericaF09
Fischer, LarissaModes of seeing and socio-technical visions in the research field of truth verificationG01
Fitzgerald, DesBiophilic entanglements - intimate life in urban environmentsA15
Fleming, JamesClimate intervention: new and emerging opportunities in STSC18
Fletcher, Isabel'I can be part of that cool new thing if I eat more soft boiled wholegrains'. Developing new food/nutrition policies (and cultures) in Denmark and ScotlandC28
Fochler, MaximilianAnticipation as a normative practice. Life science researchers' anticipatory practices between care and managerialismV03
Fochler, MaximilianThe Science in Society Laboratories: training students to analyse contemporary techno-scientific controversies and develop normative recommendationsW01
Fonseca, SusanaChemicals in daily life - an emerging concern ignored in Portugal?A12
Fothergill, TyrPolicy framing of risks and opportunities of an emerging technology: the case of Artificial IntelligenceF11
Foxon, TimImpacts of the fossil fuel divestment movementD02
Franssen, ThomasThe politics of what humanists do: digital humanities as an epistemic regimeF03
Frantz, FlorentineHow institutions think: governing research integrity in university environmentsG06
Franzen, MartinaCitizen science: paving the way for automated knowledge production?C22
Freeth, RebeccaMeaningful co-creation and collaboration: how high do the stakes have to be?C21
Frezouli, Ermioni"Something like hospitality": the "illegal" migrant in discourses and materialities regarding pre-removal centers and registration/identification infrastructures after the EU-Turkey dealE02
Fritz, LiviaMaking spaces of participation: an enquiry into researchers' and practice actors' narrations of participatory knowledge production in sustainability researchA05
Fuchs, GerhardOn site public participation in the development of renewable energy installationsD02
Fuzesi, PeterMeeting users and meeting needs - negotiating use in assistive technologiesB07
Gabrys, JenniferMaking urban worlds: involving citizens, particles, sensors and citiesA04
Gad, Christopher'Data basing' Danish educational governance - Relations, 'gaps' - and ontological experimentationA06
Gaglio, GéraldSoftare and organizing: the case of a telemedicine toolkit to manage emergencies in nursing homesC20
Gailing, LudgerReconfiguring regional energy spaces: competing dispositives and imaginariesD01
Galanova, OlgaOpening (and closing) doors for security: negotiations of trustC24
Galasso, IlariaPrecision medicine benefitting populations? Discourse of altruism around precision medicine cohortsC26
Garnett, EmmaChemical entanglements in air pollution science and researchA20
Gaska, PawełThe black boxes of visual interfaces - study of the power structures in the field of gameplayE04
Gauch, StephanLarge scale data assessments through digital platforms in science- the coproduction of significanceG03
Geampana, AlinaNon-invasive predictions: visual predictive tools in IVFF05
Geden, OliverConceptual vs. actual use of Greenhouse Gas RemovalA23
Geden, OliverTechno-fixes in theory and (political) practice: conditions and challenges for policy implementationC18
Geirbo, Hanne CecilieExploring diverging visions of the future city using the tree as methodD01
Gerber, AlexanderRethinking openness in science: systemic implications of reintermediation replacing mechanisms of transparencyD03
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