Associate Professor Ingmar Lippert is an environmental sociologist, STS scholar and works between the Technologies in Practice research group at IT University of Copenhagen and the STS unit at Museum für Naturkunde Berlin. He ethnographically studies environmental governance and its data infrastructures and is most interested in questions of ontics, ontology and their accountabilities as well as responsibilities. Further research interests include organisation, work, cooperation and resistance as well as qualitative methods.|Associate Professor Rachel Douglas-Jones is an anthropologist, STS scholar and head of the Technologies in Practice research group at IT University of Copenhagen. She has conducted ethnographic studies of the governance and conduct of biomedical research and is most interested in questions of ethics, ethical review and sites of decision making. Further research interests include measures, committees, quantification, bodies, knowledge practices, standardisation, infrastructures of research and international collaborations.