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The Center for the Sociology of Innovation (CSI) is a research center of Mines ParisTech and CNRS (UMR 9217). The CSI is well known for developing Actor-Network Theory (ANT) which renewed Science and Technology studies. Today its research focuses on the development and the role of science and technology in society.

 

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01-30

June 2017

Vololona Rabeharisoa, Visiting Professor at the Department of Science & Technology Studies, University of Vienna, Austria

Vololona Rabeharisoa will teach a doctoral seminar. She will present a paper at the Vienna STS Talks Summer Term, “Evidence-based activism”: patient organizations’ politics of knowledge and its transformative effects (see program).

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June 2017

Benjamin Derbez, Databases of genetic variants: a knowledge-based economy issue in between research and clinical care

Paper presented at the symposium “Big Data & SHS. Cross-interests and -perspectives on public health” organized by Thomas Lefèvre and Sandrine de Montgolfier, IRIS-EHESS, Paris.

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26-27

June 2017

Option Affaires publiques et innovation

Lundi 26 et Mardi 27 juin 2017 auront lieu les soutenances des élèves de l'option Affaires publiques et innovation.

Programme 2017

29 June - 01 July

2017

Vincent-Arnaud Chappe, Legal Intermediation in Workplace Gender Equality Law: The Role of the Report on the Comparative Situation of Women and Men in French Firms

Paper presented at the SASE conference 2017 “What's Next? Disruptive/Collaborative Economy or Business as Usual?”, Lyon, France

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03-06

July 2017

Papers presented at the 7th Congress of the French Sociological Association “Sociology of Power, Power of Sociology”, Amiens

Papers presented by Nassima Abdelghafour (RT12), Marie Alauzen (RT23), Vincent-Arnaud Chappe (RT13), Quentin Dufour (RT23) and Alexandre Violle (RT12). “What is patient empowerment about?” session co-organized by Benjamin Derbez & David Saint-Marc (RT19).

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