Karin Zachmann has written the article “Relativ sicher? Das Kernkraftrisiko als Herausforderung der Fürsorgediktatur der DDR” (Relatively safe? The nuclear power risk as a challenge to
A new article by Stefan Esselborn and Karin Zachmann has been published in History and Technology 2020 (36): 129-164, titled “Nuclear safety by numbers. Probabilistic risk analysis as
Gadebusch Bondio, Mariacarla; Söderfeldt, Ylva (2020): “A sanitary War”. Corona, Medical Power(lessness) and Responsibilization. Working Paper des SFB 1369 ,Vigilanzkulturen’ 2.
Gadebusch Bondio, Mariacarla; Marloth, Maria (2020): Clinical Trials in Pandemic Settings. How Corona Unbinds Science.
Hassauer, C., Roosen, J. (2020): Toward a conceptual framework for food safety criteria: Analyzing evidence practices using the case of plant protection products. Safety Science (127), 104683.
Karin Zachmann and Sarah Ehlers have published the anthology “Knowing and Justifying. Evidence as contested resource in knowledge society“.
Despite increasing talk of an impending ‘post-factual
Sasha Dickel, together with C. Schneider, C. Thiem and K.-A. Wenten, has recently published the article “Engineering Publics. The Different Modes of Civic Technoscience” which will be published
Sasche Dickels, Nils Heyens and Anne Brüninghaus’ book, “Personal Health Science. Persönliches Gesundheitswissen zwischen Selbstsorge und Bürgerforschung” will be published in 2019
Sabine Maasen and Sascha Dickel have written a chapter titled “Normative Answers – Epistemic Questions. Updating the Science-Society Contract” which will appear in “Handbook