September 7: Boaz Yona

Zvi Meitar Institute for Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of Emerging Technologies (Israel)

"Disruptive uses of blockchain: Resolving ethical and legal considerations"

2016-17 International Visitorship Talk Series

During the 2016-17 academic year, early career researchers from VIRI partner sites worldwide visited the Arizona State University campus to present their research, and receive input from, faculty and students.

October 5: Anders Hanssen

Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences (Norway)

"Engaging stakeholders in biotechnology patenting; a post-normal analysis of the European patent system"

November 2: Lalitha Sundaram

University of Cambridge (U.K.)

"Synthetic biology from bench to field: The arsenic biosensor"

January 11: Rob Smith

King’s College, London (U.K.)

"Visions of value in public synthetic biology and beyond"

March 15: Mario Pansera

University of Exeter (U.K.)

"Discourses of innovation and development: Insights from ethnographic case studies"

April 12: Alberto Aparicio

University College London (U.K)

"Exploring responsibility and the limits of biology through the narratives and imaginaries of xenobiology"

May 5th: Ana Paula Camelo

State University of Campinas (Brazil)

"Of which energy future(s) are we talking about? Reflections on the ongoing energy policy in Brazil"

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