Online seminar series - Biological Engineering Collaboratory 2021
the Biological Engineering Collaboratory is pleased to share details of an online seminar series, to run between September 2021 and January 2022, featuring some of its members. Each of the speakers has recorded a short video by way of introducing the topic of their seminar, and inviting your participation. Details concerning the dates and times, the videos, abstracts, and how to register can be found: https://www.bioengcoll.org/bec-seminars-2021.html
The list of speakers and the titles of their talks can be found below.
Yours, Dominic Berry, Janella Baxter, and Rob Smith
Saliha Bayir - Bioremediation as Ecosystem Engineering: experimentation and narratives
Elihu Gerson - Biological research and engineering collaboration: Some organizational considerations
Dan Santos - Democratizing Biotechnological Knowledge and Innovation in Community Science Labs
Hanna Worliczek - Does epistemic object choice shape valuation of knowledge in cell biology?
Nancy Nersessian - Reengineering Biology: In Vitro Simulation Modeling in Biomedical Engineering Sciences
Nathan Crowe - Biotech Memories: How the History of Biotechnology is Remembered and What it Says about those who Make it
Dominic Berry – Research Fellow 'Everyday Cyborgs 2.0' www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/artslaw/projects/everyday-cyborgs.aspx [cid:image001.png@01D7772E.3E201590]
Find me on: Personal website dominicberry.wordpress.com/publications/ LinkedIn uk.linkedin.com/pub/dominic-berry/71/543/25a Biological Engineering Collaboratory bioengcoll.org
Previous projects 2018-2021: ‘Narrative Science’ www.narrative-science.org/ 2015-2017: 'Engineering Life' www.stis.ed.ac.uk/engineeringlife 2014-2015: ‘Cultivating Innovation’ www.cultivatinginnovation.org/
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