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M012M012.1 Red esCTS Meeting (3/9/16 12:30)New meeting
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T023A Laboratory of One’s Own: Desire of Social Change and Professional Path among Young Life Scientists, Sara Tocchetti, Centre National de la Recherche ScientifiqueIncludedT023.2.
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T023Latour on Politics: Political turn in epistemology or Ontological turn in politics? Dr Noemí Sanz Merino (University of Balearic Islands)T023.3T023.1
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T023The Politics of Science in the GM Controversy Dr Aristeidis PanagiotouT023.3T023.1
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T023Conceptions of the good life, by other means Prof Sergio Sismondo (Queen's University)T023.2T023.3
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T023Is Science the new Politics of the Anthropocene? Dr David Chandler (University of Westminster)T023.1T023.2.
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T023Governing anticipatory technologies. Forensic DNA Phenotyping in Europe Dr Matthias Wienroth (Northumbria University)T094.1T094.5
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T023Enthousiasm and Scepticism regarding Digital Health Technologies: the Promise Trap Dr Maria del Rio Carral (University of Lausanne)T094.1T094.3
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T023The UK smart meter rollout: Dynamics of expectations Dr Sabine Hielscher (University of Sussex); Dr Paula Kivimaa (University of Sussex)T094.1T094.2
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T023Kinase inhibitors; the role of believers and non‐believers in drug research Dr Farah Huzair (University of Edinburgh)T094.1T094.2
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T023Who is the farmer in promises about biotechnology for development? Dr Koen Beumer (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen); Dr Sjaak Swart (Energy and Sustainability Research Institute Groningen)T094.2T094.4
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T023Agroecological transitions: contestations of the regime of techno‐scientific promises? Miss Sarah Lumbroso (INRA); Miss Jessica Thomas (INRA)T094.2T094.4
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T023"Personalized Medicine" and "Eggs Forever": Promissory work in genomic research and reproductive medicine Dr Gaia Barazzetti (University of Lausanne, CHUV University Hospital Lausanne); Mrs Nolwenn Bühler (De Montfort University)T094.2T094.3
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T023Provided Promises and Accepted Promises of Korean First Astronaut Program Ms Seungmi Chung (Virginia Tech)T094.3T094.1
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T023Mobilising expertise and expectations in 3D bioprinting organisations Dr Carlos Cuevas‐Garcia (Technical University Munich)T094.3T094.2
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T023Reverse Boundary Work, Researcher Responsibility, and the Promise of Neural Technologies Dr Matthew Sample (Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal)T094.3T094.6
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T023Institutionalising promises: The key role of promise champions in mediating and embedding visions of the future into institutions (evidence and a typology) Dr Douglas Robinson (LISIS, Uni‐Paris Est (FR)); Dr Aurelie Delemarle (Ecole des ponts ParisTech); Prof Philippe Laredo (Université Paris Est)T094.3T094.2
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T023Evolving Patterns of Anticipatory Governance ‐ The Graphene Hype Wave Dr Kornelia Konrad (University of Twente); Dr Carla Alvial Palavicino (Universidad Diego Portales)T094.4T094.2
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T023When promises meet demands for translation, evidence and sustainability: the Balkanisation of personalised medicine Dr Giovanni De Grandis (NTNU)T094.4T094.3
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T023Forensic DNA Phenotyping: making human appearance predictable. Mrs Marianna Fotiadou (University of Amsterdam)T094.4T094.5
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T023How norms and standards in biotherapy play promising game? Mrs vincent deplaigne (EHESS)T094.5T094.3
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T023We (have to) feed the world. Promises and lock‐in in agriculture Ms Fanny Pellissier (IFRIS)T094.5T094.4
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T023Promiss or perish ! Doing science by other means in the regime of promising Dr Marc Audétat (University of Lausanne)T094.5T094.2
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T023Regimes of techno‐scientific promises ‐ Drawing on lessons from the past to understand the current regime Dr Pierre‐Benoit Joly (INRA and UPEM)T094.5T094.2
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T023Promises in deep geothermal energy provision: closing down possible pathways? Dr Olivier Ejderyan (ETH Zurich)T094.6T094.3
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T023Framing the bioeconomy: imaginaries of a transnational political project Dr Barbara Ribeiro (University of Nottingham); Mr Robert Smith (King's College London); Dr Kate Millar (University of Nottingham)T094.6T094.4
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T023Negotiating "Biometric Futures": Promises, Politics and Biometric Identification in Israel Miss Michelle Spektor (MIT)T094.6T094.5
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T023When the Future Never Comes: The Promises of AI Ms Madeleine Elish (Columbia University)T094.6T094.1
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T023Eve Seguin is first convenor of the track
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T027Crime as data: The move from predictive to prescriptive policing and the empirical underpinnings of police reform Mr Aaron Shapiro (University of Pennsylvania)T027.1T027.2
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T027From concrete to data: how digital services reframe accessibility for the disabled - Clément MarquetT027.2T027.3
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T032Slamming Science. The New Art Of Old Public Science CommunicationT032.4withdrawn
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T034Understanding citizens connections to donated bio-objects in Biobanking, Johannes Starkbaum, Melanie GoisaufIncludedT034.2
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T036Doing Translation in World PoliticsT036.1withdrawn
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T073.2Learning to interpret chest X‐rays through highlighting, Mr Peter Winter (University of Sheffield)'New title: Cultivating radiological vision through highlighting/representing
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T076The discourse of innovative progress and traditional knowledge. Facing consequences in fisheries management Dr Rodrigo Novo (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia); Dr Paloma Herrera‐Racionero (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia); Dr Emmánuel Lizcano (Universidad Naconal de Educación a Distancia)T076.3T076.1
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T076Digital medicine: bottom‐up responsible knowledge creation and design Miss Michelle Rijnen (Vrije Universiteit); Dr Wouter Boon (Utrecht University); Dr Frank Kupper (VU University Amsterdam)T076.1Withdrawn
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T082In an Untimely Appeal to the Executive CommitteeT082.1withdrawn
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T083Following negotiations on energy reduction intentions among architects and engineers Mr Daniel Pihl (Aalborg University)T083.2withdrawn
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T084IMPORTANT: T084.1 has been moved to different time slot and roomT084.1 will take place Room: 129 Fri 2nd Sept, 14:00
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T084IMPORTANT: T084.2 has been moved to different time slot and the papers have already changed.T084.2 will take place in Room: 132 Fri 2nd Sept, 16:00
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T084IMPORTANT: T084.3 has been moved to different time slot and the papers have already changedT084.3 will take place in Room: 120 Sat 3rd Sept, 14:00
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T085Infrastructures/Governing/Queerness: How Health IT Infrastructures "Program Queer Health" Mr Stephen Molldrem (University of Michigan)T085.4TO85.3
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T087What is the problem of a blue carbon study? Viviane Fernandez, Fátima Branquinho, Mário SoaresT087T014.1
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T088Activation and Participation in Telecare: Redistributing labour, costs and responsibilities, Dr Hilde Thygesen (VID Scientific University); Prof Ingunn Moser (Diakonhjemmet University College)T088.2Withdrawn
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T091Young people and ICT: Materials shaping resource‐intensive practices? Dr Toke Haunstrup Christensen (Aalborg University); Dr Els Rommes (Institute for gender studies)T091.1T091.2
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T091"Experiments in Zero Emission Living: The Intrinsic Qualities of Things , Dr Marius Korsnes (Norwegian University of Science and Technology); Ms Jenny M. Bergschöld (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)T091.2T091.1
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T094The daily life of techno‐scientific promises: investigating the tensions between the regime of
promising and research practices, Dr Béatrice Cointe (Aix‐Marseille University)
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T108Transformation of spaces in post-Soviet cities: communities of practice in IT-industry, Liliia ZemnukhovaT08.2withdrawn
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T113It's the context, stupid: Reproducibility as a scientific communication problem, Dr Brittany Fiore‐Gartland (University of Washington); Ms Anissa Tanweer (University of Washington)T113.1T113.2
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T113.4Big data and the rise of computational risk objects Dr Anne Beaulieu (Energy Academy Europe/U of Groningen)T113.4Withdrawn
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T114Digital Disruption in the Recording IndustryT114.4withdrawn
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T116Writerly (ac)counts of finite flourishings and possibly better ways of being together Dr Alex Taylor (Microsoft Research); Prof Sarah Kember (Goldsmiths, University of London)T116.1T116.2
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T116Phoebe Sengers only discussant in T116.1
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