2 edition of Technoscientific innovation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 189-202).
|Statement||edited by Giuseppe Pellegrini.|
|Series||I libri della Fondazione Giannino Bassetti|
|LC Classifications||Q127.E8 T43 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||202 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||202|
|LC Control Number||2009381375|
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A rich exploration of the Technoscientific innovation book logic of technoscientific innovation within late capitalism, and the emergence of a novel view of human agency with regard to the social and natural world, this volume reveals the interdependence of technoscience and the neoliberalization of society.
To date, most scholarly work in this area focuses on one half of the relationship between science fiction and technoscientific innovation: namely, the impact of technoscientific innovation on science fiction.
Yet, the other side of this relationship, the impact of science fiction on technoscientific innovation, is significantly by: 2. The innovation-finance nexus is an example of an emerging dynamic in technoscientific capitalism in which innovation is increasingly driven by the pursuit of “economic rents”.
Unlike innovation that delivers new products, services, and markets, innovation as rentiership is defined by the extraction and capture of value through different. A rich exploration of the overall logic of technoscientific innovation within late capitalism, and the emergence of a novel view of human agency with regard to the social and natural world, this volume reveals the interdependence of technoscience and the neoliberalization of : Marja Ylönen.
T1 - Contingent Participation: Imaginaries of Sustainable Technoscientific Innovation in the EU. AU - Flear, Mark. AU - Pfister, Thomas. PY - /9/ Y1 - /9/ N2 - Citizen participation is often valorised in the governance of areas of high scientific uncertainty at national, international and supranational : Mark Flear, Thomas Pfister.
Game Changer is a timely book by a proven scholar." (Carroll Pursell, author of From Playgrounds to PlayStation: The Interaction of Technology and Play) "Informative, engaging, and well-written, Game Changer deftly reveals that the impact of technoscience on sports has never been greater."Author: Rayvon Fouché.
TY - CHAP. T1 - From Innovation to Appropriation. T2 - On the Politics of Technoscience. AU - Jamison, Andrew.
PY - Y1 - N2 - The article adresses technoscientific policies to be implemented in society as a whole. In common usage, technoscience refers to the entire long-standing global human activity of technology combined with the relatively recent scientific method that occurred primarily in Europe during the 17th and 18th centuries.
Technoscience is the study of how humans interact with technology using the scientific method. Technoscience thus comprises the history of human application of technology and modern. The Xenofeminist Manifesto by Laboria Cuboniks, including a repository of translations, as well as a resource base for additional, critical materials related to Xenofeminism.
Responsible research and innovation (RRI) has emerged as a policy concept over the past five years as a notion that explicitly aims to emphasize social and ethical issues of research and innovation. TechnoScientific first began trading in and, since then, we have grown to become the Egyptian largest independent supplier of laboratory equipment.
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technoscientific innovation, and nature in society. This book is the first attempt to synthesize existing research on the bio-economy and empirically analyse the co-construction of markets and natures in the bio-economy as a policy response to global environmental.
Together they offer fascinating stories and Technoscientific innovation book analytic concepts, all the while opening up a space for reflecting on the specific character of technoscientific objects. With their promise of sustainable innovation and a technologically transformed future, these objects are highly charged with values and design expectations.
nessed an evolution of regimes of technoscientific research and innovation culminating with a neoliberal and globalized “privatization regime” by century’s end. A whole slew of books have come out recently about this problem of monopoly and market concentration in contemporary, technoscientific capitalism: for example, The Value of Everything by Mariana Mazzucato, The Myth of Capitalism by Tepper and Hearn, Goliath by Matt Stoller, and The Great Reversal by Thomas Philippon.
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Technoscientific. Abstract. Contemporary, technoscientific capitalism is characterized by the (re)configuration of a range of “things” (e.g., infrastructure, data, knowledge, bodies) as assets or capitalized property.
Accumulation strategies have changed as a result of this assetization process. Rather than entrepreneurial strategies based on commodity production, technoscientific capitalism Cited by: 6.
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Sulik. application of a technoscientific mode of innovation for the remaking of political particular mode of innovation works through the configuration of phenomena in ‘secluded re search’, by a collective of trained experts in protection from uncontrolled interference Cited by: 4. I am particularly interested in understanding technoscientific capitalism and draw on a range of perspectives from science & technology studies, economic geography, and economic sociology to study it.
More specifically, my research focuses on the restructuring and transformation of the economy & financial knowledges, technoscience & technoscientific innovation, and the relationship between. TECHNOSCIENCE & SOCIETY BOOK SERIES Series Editor: Kean Birch Objectives Our futures are highly uncertain in large part because of the changing.
The book The Scientific Life: He shows that when adequately described the worlds of technoscientific research and venture capital are not the soulless, routinized, bureaucratic antithesis of the academic ideal, but ones where the necessary uncertainties of innovation are dealt with using face-time, trust, charisma, and even proverbs, things.
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This book presents the main works of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) from a moral responsibility point of view, for which it calls upon no fewer than 10 understandings to bring out those which are positive and to support an interpretive and combinatory pluralism.
How the asset—anything that can be controlled, traded, and capitalized as a revenue stream—has become the primary basis of technoscientific capitalism.
The open access edition of this book was made possible by generous funding from Arcadia – a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter this book, scholars from a range of disciplines argue that the asset—meaning anything. The Center About the Center for Science and Innovation Studies Our research engages the many dimensions of the process of technoscientific innovation, from those that make it possible to those that constrain it.
We focus predominantly on the upstream spectrum of innovation -- from the design, articulation, and funding of research programs to. Her book project extends this work into the twenty-first century, using the two periods as foils for each other to examine how our fictions shape the innovation, use, and understanding of technoscientific advancements – and, in turn, how these advancements shape the very form of the stories we tell.
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Only recently has Bangladesh achieved a food surplus, owing to both technoscientific innovation from the green revolution, and local traditional knowledge. However, Bangladeshi agri-cultures are now being forced to face the limits of their knowledge relative to fundamental changes to their climate.
This project explores the ways innovation with old and new materials impact the shape of sport. In specific, I am interested in why certain seemingly "old" materials like leather, wood, and steel are able to maintain relevance in sporting worlds driven to extract every ounce of technoscientific performance.
Book Review: Matters of Care, by María Puig de la Bellacasa. Posted by Katie Ulrich on Apr 2, the multitudes of time required for care of/with more-than-human worlds sometimes conflict with the chronopolitics of technoscientific innovation—but that this gives care the potential to disrupt and challenge these latter temporalities.
In his book The Making of a Counterculture, Theodore Roszak described the youth of the late s as fleeing science “as if from a place inhabited by plague,” and even seeking “subversion of the scientific worldview” itself.
Roszak’s view has come to be our own: when we think of the youth movement of the s and early s, we think of a movement that was explicitly anti.
The 10 Best Books on Innovation By David Dabscheck • 10/29/15 am “Tell me everything about innovation,” asked a harried Fortune vice president. The technoscientific imaginary. In the ‘technoscientific imaginary’, or ‘the culturally-embedded imagining of futures enabled by technoscientific innovation’, breath risks being understood simply as a scientific process, rather than anything that disrupts scientific discourse.5 Breath, as object fact, yields itself to bald, empirical : Arthur Rose.
Innovation Outside Markets: Government and/in Technoscientific Innovation. Reflections / Janet Vertesi. Bringing together the sociology of innovation with the sociology of science, this 4S panel asks what we can learn about innovation in technoscience by examining government roles in innovative, future-oriented projects.
Technoscientific innovation has altered our relationship to our environment in a number of ways—we traverse it faster than ever before, we control irrigation, we create pollution, we have invented technologies which keep us warm in winter and cool in summer.
However, such technologies are certainly unequally distributed across economic andFile Size: 16KB. Technological rationality or technical rationality is a philosophical idea postulated by the Frankfurt School philosopher Herbert Marcuse in his article, "Some Social Implications of Modern Technology," published first in the journal Studies in Philosophy and Social Sciences, Vol.
It gained mainstream repute and a more holistic treatment in his book One-Dimensional Man. The technoscientific imaginary. In the ‘technoscientific imaginary’, or ‘the culturally-embedded imagining of futures enabled by technoscientific innovation’, breath risks being understood simply as a scientific process, rather than anything that disrupts scientific discourse.
5 Breath, as object fact, yields itself to bald, empirical description. The Wellcome Trust-funded Science Fiction and the Medical Humanities project is pleased to announce its concluding conference.
Science fiction is a fertile ground for the imagining of biomedical advances: technologies such as cloning, prosthetics, and rejuvenation. The book marks a major theoretical advance for a concept that has been rapidly taken up across the social sciences and promises to become central to scholarship in science and technology studies.
Project Team Publications. Sheila Jasanoff and Sang-Hyun Kim. At the School of Law, our research engages the many dimensions of technoscientific innovation, from those that make it possible to those that constrain it.
The Innovation and Science Scholar award will be granted to a student who received a degree in one of the STEM fields—science, technology, engineering, or mathematics, and who plans to.Investigations of how the global Cold War shaped national scientific and technological practices in fields from biomedicine to rocket science.
The Cold War period saw a dramatic expansion of state-funded science and technology research. Government and military patronage shaped Cold War technoscientific practices, imposing methods that were project oriented, team based, and subject to national.