I wanted to share my new article which came out in mid-July in the journal Perspectives on Global Development and Technology. Its empirical content discusses the appropriate technology movement as it plays out in the scientific field of ophthalmology. This work comes out of a larger research project analyzing 10+ months of observation and 80+ semi-structured interviews in India, Kenya, Mexico and Nepal.
Inside Rensselaer writeup about my externally-funded research on innovation and technology transfer
This was written by a very nice lady named Elisa, who made the interview painless and fun. Please see the following link: http://www.rpi.edu/about/inside/issue/v6n7/sts.html
I have started working at UNEP! Please see my CWWL blogpost here, to learn more about what I have been doing.
Logan primarily uses this blog to: reflect on policy and professionalization issues in STS (e.g. research funding, discipline formation, skill building, job-hunting, policy applications of STS theory) and to disseminate her own scholarship.
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