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| Posted on July 18, 2022

Postdoc researcher on Ambivalence and Ambiguity in Animal-free Milk

We are looking for Climate change, food scarcity, nitrogen emissions, animal welfare and consumer all demand reduction of dairy use. Creating milk alternatives that make good cheese is however extremely difficult and requires high tech interventions in natural processes. This results in many ambiguities and ambivalence on the uptake of such alternatives with stakeholders...

| Posted on July 11, 2022

Registration open for LC6 Good technology for users and society

The registration for the PhD course LC6 Good technology for users and society is open. Registration You can register by sending an email to Marlies Tijhuis (UT)  About the course This course will ask what good technology is, and will consider various ways of assessing, guiding and improving the moral and nonmoral goodness of technology. ...

| Posted on December 6, 2019

Duration: 01-11-2019 → 31-12-2023

Framework for responsible and accountable deprivation area mapping in support of pro-poor policies (FRAME-PRO)

Locational data (“geo-data”) has become increasingly available due to technological innovation. This innovation has improved the capability of capturing, storing and processing vast amounts of geo-data, producing results which have commercial and administrative value. For example, such data are essential in the SDG agenda. While there is a growing awareness of the ethical challenges...

| Posted on December 6, 2019

Duration: 01-01-2018 → 31-12-2022

BRIdging Technology in the Built Environment (BRIDE)

The aim of the BRIDE project is to explore the role of smart public infrastructure in making and re-making of public space. Utilizing research through design and mobilizing an empirical-philosophical theory of technology, the research team will engage in the design and construction of data interaction systems for an Internet of Things-enabled 3D printed...

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