De Madrid al Cielo (From Madrid to the Sky), Let us meet there in 2022 by Vincenzo Pavone
‘Studying Up’ on Fukushima by Makoto Takahashi
The Cosmology of stsing by Jörg Niewöhner, Estrid Sørensen & Tanja Bogusz
Staying with the troubles of infrastructuring stsing: between assemblage and “Verein” by Paula Helm, Laura Kocksch & Estrid Sørensen
Genomics in Context by James Lowe
A heterotopia of constitutional innovation The formation of a new research group and a hub for interdisciplinary research at the intersection of law, technology, and society by Nikolaus Poechhacker & Iris Eisenberger
Earlier issues can be browsed or dowloaded as pdf
- A tale of one two conferences
About Time; First Croatian STS Section Meeting; Nordic STS – making ourselves relevant?; EASST and National STS Associations Strengthen Links and Discuss Collaborative Activities
On the Geographies of STS; What if we don’t buy it?; Mattering Press.
Are You Paranoid Yet?, Conference Report: Horizons for Social Sciences and Humanities, Launch of Science in Society: caring for our futures in turbulent times
Congratulations!, Science Wars Redux, Science and Technology Parks in Italy, Broadening the Knowledge Base in Policymaking: Notes on a Symposium on Technology Assessment in the Walloon Parliament, First Nordic STS conference, April 2013
European Spring?; Prototyping an Academic Network: People, Places and Connection;, Bridging the gaps – Summer Schools on Climate Engineering; SAME, SAME BUT DIFFERENT,
Place-Making; Dr Brian Easlea; Fred Jevons 1929 – 2012; Questioning Marginalisation Within STS; Dutch STIS Celebrates 25 Years
My Climate Sin, Opening Up Societal Futures through EU Research and Innovation Agendas, The Asia-Pacific Science, Technology and Society Network, Making Data Accessible for All.
EASST, North and South; “Centring on the Periphery”: STS Field in Latin America; How do you Manage? Unravelling the Situated Practice of Environmental Management; New Centre for Design and Innovation for Sustainable Transitions at the new Aalborg University campus located in the South Harbour of Copenhagen
Organising STS; What Works Where and for Whom?; The birth of the Belgian Network for Science, Technology and Society (BSTS network); A pioneer in trouble: Danish Board of Technology are facing problems
Coming Together in 2012; The EASST Awards; Cities, Infrastructures, Networks
Crossroads as Places; “Making Visible the Invisible” STS Field in Spain; Feminist Technoscience Studies: Articulating the Human and the Non-Human
Does […] matter?; Reconsidering uncertainty, a brief note on track 06
Democracy, coming soon to a theatre near you; Farewell, Michel!
STS and Neuroscience Objects and Practices; Cuts to academia, 25 years of EASST conferences
Archived Issues (PDF Only)
Transdisciplinary Interaction; Development Label as Sense and Nonsense, 25 years of EASST conferences
Maintaining Scientific Communities; Developing Complex Technologies
Friedrich Dessauer; Qualitative Inquiry and the Conservative Challenge
Science in the Context of Application; Re-viewing the EASST Review
Cultural Assessment of Nanotechnology; Eco-knowledge; Reflections on the 2006 EASST Conference, Lausanne
Reports from the joint 4S & EASST Conference, Aug 2004; Shifting boundaries between science and politics?; Science narratives
Reality is …; Making sense of the seams between science and society; Sites of knowledge production
Framing GM food; When public debate meets government; Styles of reasoning in the debate on GMOs
Contentious science; How not to think about biotechnology; The issue crawler
Does interdisciplinarity really exist?; Knowledge in plural context; Genetics and the interstices of knowledge
On writing beyond rationality; The technology of voting; An introduction to green knowledge; STS and the Dutch
Deep play and social responsibility in Vienna; Governance & Science Group; The international science shop network
Cyberculture studies at the turn of the century; Report on the 4S / EASST Conference in Vienna
The politics of computer profiling; Pretentions and politics; About not being afraid of the technological sublime
The dialectics of sustainable technology; Preferring the wild west; Real issues in virtual space
Regulatory futures; Did NASA become the post office gone to space?
Germ theory in a colonial setting; Understanding scientific reearch on the periphery; EASST Lisbon conference; Socio-economic studies of science, technology & innovation in Spain; REDES and the building of a Latin American tradition in STS studies; Transition within the transition; Whither public participation in technology?
The auscultation of medical practices from past and present; The globalization of environmental discourse; Introducing SSK; Response to domesticating biotechnology; A future perspective on STS and scientometrics; Forum on genetics and society
When technoscience rewrites biology; How can we educate green engineers?; Letter from London
Technological culture and literary representation; Diverging perceptions of hazards and risks; Science, gender and science fiction;
Knowing the sociology of technology; Future for SSK?; The environmental movement and science policy; STS participation in TSER Programme; A network of European centres in STS; The future location of research
Sociology of Science – Should scientists care?; Comparing notes; Mathematics, quantication and social change; Quantitative measuring or qualitative understanding?
No surfing on science beach!; How I learned to start worrying; STS on other planets; Letter from London