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Delft University of Technology
Section: Biotechnology and Society
Faculty: Applied Sciences/Biotechnology

Britte Bouchaut is a researcher and junior lecturer at Delft University of Technology. Her research interest lies in the ethics of biotechnology and chemistry, and how we can work towards safer and more sustainable industries e.g. by means of Safe-by-Design and Responsible Research and Innovation. Britte was trained as a chemical analyst (BSc.) and studied Innovation Sciences (MSc.) at Eindhoven University of Technology. She obtained her PhD degree (cum laude) at the Biotechnology & Society group at TU Delft, researching how we can learn what uncertain risks and uncertainties entail in a safe and responsible way (T-TRIPP project). Currently, she is involved in the EU H2020 Water Mining project as a postdoctoral researcher.

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Faculty of Applied Sciences, Van der Maasweg 9, Delft - Room 58.C0.340

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