ir.Bouchaut, B.F.H.J. (Britte)

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

Britte is a PhD-researcher at Delft University of Technology, studying how the Safe-by-Design approach could help engineers and researchers to anticipate uncertain risks during the design of biotechnologies responsibly. Her research focuses primarily on the field of biotechnology, but also encompasses synthetic biology and biochemistry. Britte was trained as a chemical analyst, and obtained her master’s degree in Innovation Sciences at Eindhoven University of Technology.

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Faculty of Applied Sciences, Van der Maasweg 9, Delft - Room 58.C0.380

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Britte published papers on stakeholders’ perceptions on Safe-by-Design and uncertain risks of emerging biotechnologies in Risk Analysis, Value Conflicts in Designing for Safety, thereby distinguishing the Inherent Safety Principles and Safe-by-Design in IJERPH, and Responsible Learning about Risks from Emerging Biotechnologies in Science and Engineering Ethics.

 

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