Kamilla Karhunmaa, Jose A. Cañada, Jaakko Taipale

Kamilla Karhunmaa is a doctoral researcher at the University of Helsinki. Her PhD examines the relationships between change and stability in energy policy and the ways in which energy transitions are debated and negotiated in Finland. She is interested in environmental questions and knowledge-making practices.|Jose A. Cañada is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Helsinki, Faculty of Social Sciences. He has a PhD from the University of Helsinki (2018). He has been especially interested in the production of knowledge and material practices associated to sociotechnical controversies, working on topics such as pandemic preparedness and response, biobanking and the development of water infrastructures. He is currently working in the project Social study of antimicrobial resistance: health care, animals, and ethics (SoSAMiRe), where he studies issues related to AMR global policy-making, knowledge production, and national implementation.|Jaakko Taipale works currently as a researcher at University of Helsinki. His ongoing doctoral study explores meta-expertise, decision making, effects of standardization and methodological approaches to explaining agency through a case study that features a legal dispute over a medically controversial issue. His doctoral work has been published at Public Understanding of Science and Social Studies of Science.