Claire is CSEC’s director. She uses STS approaches to explore contemporary environmental problems and is currently working with farmers, agronomists and ecologists on cattle slurries and their infrastructures.
Bron’s research draws on the social sciences, humanities, arts and natural sciences to explore the changing relationship between humans, environment and technology.
Katerina Psarikidou’s research is on the political economy of (un)sustainable agrifood systems. She is an N8 Agrifood Resilience Knowledge Exchange Fellow.
Emma researches the ecological, social and economic sustainability of food production. She is currently working on the SLURRY-MAX project.
Brian is Emeritus Profressor of Science Studies. His research has shaped debates in technology and risk assessment, public risk perceptions, and public understanding of science.
John has shaped sociological and STS debates on Actor Network Theory (ANT), heretogeneous engineering, the performativity of method, and post-colonial STS. He is currently working with scientists and indigenous Sámi people on salmon in the Deatnu River.
Nigel researches how social life is shaped and perturbed by physical forces, and how humans acquired the geological agency of the ‘Anthropocene’.
Wallace works to analyse the experience of art works and social practices and how these events shape their social and ecological contexts.
Mark researches histories of science and the relationships between expertise, lay knowledge and non-humans.
Niklas uses STS to think through issues that are usually addressed by political ecologists, ecological theorists and the conservation community.