Join us on Monday July 10th for a discussion of ‘What are we busy doing? New directions in Science, Technology, and Innovation Studies’

What’s science, technology and innovation studies in public?
What’s being ignored?

What inspires us and frustrates us?

Is there space for misbehaviour?

When: Monday 10th July, 5.30 – 7.00pm, Library
Where: Science in Public Conference Library (The Edge), The University of Sheffield, S10 3ED
https-cdn.evbuc.comimages329286842188014171781originalJoin us on Monday at 5.30 pm for a not-too-serious exploration of what means to be engaged, activist, interdisciplinary etc. etc. Not more navel gazing? No! We want to spark a lively session using a collage-method (and avoiding post-its!) to inspire discussions.
Having contributed, you’ll feel you’ve earned your barbecued food.

On Tuesday, participants will hopefully find the time to return for a few minutes and record their New Directions on camera as paired conversations. On Wednesday, the ‘rushes’ will be shown during lunch and other conference delegates will be invited to respond, all in the spirit of an experiment in engagement.

There are limited places for this event, so please register here.

We look forward to seeing you.

This event is sponsored by the Guardian Political science blog and the Postgraduate Forum for Science, Technology and Innovation Studies.

Science in Public

Science, Technology & Humanity

The 11th Annual Science in Public Conference

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