BioProperty workshop: “Insects & Biotechnology”

Este miércoles 11 de diciembre se desarrollará el workshop “Instects and Biotechnology”, organizado por el proyecto BioProperty del InSIS, University of Oxford. Para los que estén interesados (y cerca) el workshop es abierto al público. Los dejos con la información:

BioProperty Insects & Biotechnology Workshop

Wednesday, 11 December 2013

Institute of Science, Innovation & Society – Oxford

64 Banbury Road (Seminar Room)

1:00-1:15 Welcome and introduction of participants
1:15-1:45 Alex M. Nading (Dept. of Anthropology, Franklin & Marshall College; College d’etudes mondiales, Maison des Sciences de l’homme) Environmental Ethics, Bioethics, & GM Mosquitoes: An Analysis of the Oxitec Case
1:45-2:15 Natalie Porter and Javier Lezaun (InSIS, University of Oxford)Containment Versus Competition: The Transgenic Re-inscription of Human-Animal Connections
2:15-2:30                                   Break & Refreshments
2:30-3:00 Rosa Binimelis (GenØk Centre for Biosafety, Norway)Socio-Economics of GMOs and Beekeeping: How do they Interact?
3:00-3:30 Elizabeth Johnson (Dept. of Geography, University of Exeter)Reproducing Bees: Value and Bricolage in Biomimetic Practice
3:30-4:00 Manuel Tironi (CSISP, Goldsmiths – University of London; P. Universidad Católica de Chile)Insect Atmospheres: Bee Life and Coexistence as Endpoint
4:00-4:10 Break & Refreshments
4:10-4:40 Ann Kelly (Dept. of Sociology, Philosophy and Anthropology, University of Exeter)The Polovodova Method: Soviet Dissection Lessons in a Tanganyikan Laboratory
4:40-5:10 Astrid Schrader (Dept. of Sociology, Philosophy and Anthropology, University of Exeter)Abyssal Intimacies and Temporalities of Care: How (Not) to Care About Deformed Leaf Bugs in the Aftermath of Chernobyl
5:10-5:30 Final discussion
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