I am a Science and Technology Studies scholar studying and engaging with the synthetic biology community. My work is on the construction of objects of security concern, and how the community governs these to make them matters of non-concern.
Dr. Dr.phil. René von Schomberg is an agricultural scientist and philosopher. Author/(co-)editor of 14 books.
He holds Ph.D’s from:
The University of Twente, the Netherlands (Science and Technology Studies)
Works as a projectmanager at science center NEMO and is mainly involved in digital and online projects such as www.kennislink.nl and www.scienceout.nl. Was involved in the 2010 debate on nanotechnology in the Netherlands.
Kate is the Acting Head of the Centre for Public Engagement at the University of Bristol. The Centre works to foster a culture of public engagement at the University, which enriches research and teaching.
Andy is a Strategy and Policy Manager at the UK Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) and is responsibility for the UK contribution to the Synthetic Biology ERA-NET (ERASynBio).
Christopher Coenen is the SYNENERGENE Coordinator, leading the Coordination team at KIT's Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis (ITAS) together with Harald König and Steffen Albrecht.
Manager of R&D at Thermo Fisher (Geneart / Life Technologies) in the field of gene synthesis and its derivatives within SynBio. Representation of SynBio industry within SYNENERGENE and organizing the business forum therein.
Dirk Stemerding is working as senior researcher Technology Assessment at the Dutch Rathenau Instituut. He is leader of the SYNENERGENE Platform 1 activities focusing on the possible futures for synthetic biology.
Toni Pustovrh is a postdoctoral researcher at the Centre for Social Studies of Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia) and a researcher at the Institute for Developmental and Strategic Analysis, Slovenia.
Bernadette Bensaude Vincent, professor of philosophy of science and technology at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, is the head of a research center dedicated to the study of technological practices and knowledge (Cetcopra). more
My name is Ruud ter Meulen, and I am Professor and Director of the Centre for Ethics in Medicine of the University of Bristol, Before my appointment in Bristol I was Director of the Institute of Bioethics in Maastricht and Profesor at the Universi more