Daniel Neyland is the Principal Investigator on the MISTS project. Daniel‘s interests cover issues of governance, accountability and ethics in forms of science, technology and organization. He draw on ideas from ethnomethodology, science and technology studies and his research is ethnographic in orientation. In particular he is interested in the question of how entities (objects, values, relationships, processes and also people) become of the world.|Sveta Milyaeva is a Research Fellow on the MISTS project. She completed her PhD in Sociology supervised by Donald MacKenzie and Alex Preda at the University of Edinburgh. Her research interests are located in social studies of finance (SSF) and her current work focuses on data markets and the marketization of UK higher education.|Véra Ehrenstein is a Research Fellow on the MISTS project. She completed her PhD at the Centre de Sociologie de l’Innovation, Ecole des Mines, Paris. Her research interests revolve around Science and Technology Studies, the sociology of markets and the anthropology of development, particularly in relation to topics like tropical deforestation and health in so-called developing countries.