Phil Macnaghten is Professor in the Knowledge, Technology and Innovation Group. He is an interdisciplinary social scientist working at the interface of science and technology studies, public engagement studies, governance of emerging technology, and responsible innovation. Phil has a strong track-record in making his work accessible to natural scientists that is reflected through publications in flagship journals aimed at communicating social science governance debates in current scientific issues. With colleagues Richard Owen and Jack Stilgoe, Phil has been central to the conception, development, diffusion and institutionalization of the discourse of responsible innovation, both in the UK and internationally.
Gabriela Di Giulio is Associate Professor at Environmental Health Department, School of Public Health, University of São Paulo. She holds a PhD in Environment and Society (University of Campinas, UNICAMP). She co-heads the research group Environment and Society (Institute of Advanced Studies – IEA USP) and integrates the Interdisciplinary Climate Investigation Center – INCLINE/USP. Her current research program focuses on the human dimension of climate change; crises, risks and uncertainties; science-policy-communication interactions; global health and sustainability.
Ione Mendes is a sociologist and holds a Master’s degree in public communication of science, technology and health. She is currently a doctoral student at the School of Public Health – University of São Paulo – USP.
Marko Monteiro is an anthropologist with a PhD in Social Sciences (University of Campinas, 2005). He has held postdoctoral positions at the University of Texas at Austin (2006-2008) and the University of Campinas (2009). He is currently Associate Professor at the Science and Technology Policy Department, University of Campinas. His research interests lie in Science and Technology Studies (STS) and Anthropology of Science and Technology. He has worked with topics such as sociotechnical controversies; ethnographies of interdisciplinary scientific practice; and visual representation in science. He is currently conducting research related to the governance of science in Brazil, especially focusing on Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) and the Brazilian response to Covid-19.
Felipe RC is PhD candidate in University of São Paulo. His research interests concentrate in Media Studies, New Frames and Social Arenas.
Alberto Matenhauer Urbinatti holds a PhD in Public Health from the School of Public Health of the University of São Paulo (FSP/USP). He was a fellow at the Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo from May 2017 to June 2020. He studied themes related to governance and public policies in cities, nexus between water, energy and food and governance of science and technology. He studied risks, impacts and policies associated with climate change in megacities in Brazil and China. He is currently developing a post-doctoral research at the Department of Scientific and Technological Policy (DPCT) of UNICAMP as a member of the Rede Covid-19 Humanidades and the CompCoRe project, led by Prof. Stephen Hilgartner (Cornell University) and Prof. Sheila Jasanoff (Harvard Kennedy School).