– Gisle Solbu –
Senior Researcher FellowThe Norwegian University of Science and Technology
I am a senior researcher fellow at the Center for Technology and Society at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim. My background is in Science and Technology Studies, and in my research I am interested in exploring questions related to the governance of emerging fields of science and technology, and in particular, issues related to the governance of innovation and social responsibility.
I am currently part of a project called Res Publica, which is funded through the new Norwegian biotechnology research center Digital Life Norway. Within the Res Publica project my research is aimed towards studying innovation practices related to the development of new antibiotics.
Further information on Gisle is available here.
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