Aleksandra Lis is an assistant professor at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. She holds a PhD degree from the Central European University in Budapest and worked a research fellow at various research institutions and think tanks: Columbia University in NYC, Institute for Advanced Studies in Science Technology and Society at TU Graz, Agora Energiewende in Berlin and Max Planck Institute for the Study of Society in Cologne. She has led several research projects on climate and energy politics funded by the National Science Centre, the European Commission and the Polish-German Science Foundation. Currently, she is a visiting researcher at the Centre for Science, Technology, Medicine & Society at the UC Berkeley.|Agata Stasik is an assistant professor at Kozminski University (Warsaw) with the background in sociology and science and technology. She published on dynamics of shale gas development, the impact of the Internet on technological risk governance, risk communication, and crowdfunding of technological innovation. Her current research interests include new forms of innovation governance and knowledge creation, practices and impacts of future(s) anticipation, and digital research methods. Visiting researcher at University of Vienna (2011) and University of Goteborg (2013/14).