Institute for Science, Innovation and Society

Institute for Science, Innovation and Society

Oxford University

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The Institute for Science, Innovation and Society (InSIS) researches and informs key contemporary and emerging issues and processes of social, scientific, and technological change. We combine the highest standards of scholarship and relevance to pursue and disseminate timely research in the UK and worldwide. We collaborate with leading thinkers around the world and welcome them to Oxford as visiting researchers. We nurture early career researchers through research fellowships in our various programmes. InSIS is based at Oxford University's School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, one of the world's largest and most vibrant centres for teaching and research in the field. As an interdisciplinary institute, InSIS welcomes the participation of researchers from all departments of the University of Oxford in its research programmes and outreach activities.
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The Institute for Science, Innovation and Society (InSIS) researches and informs key contemporary and emerging issues and processes of social, scientific, and technological change. We combine the highest standards of scholarship and relevance to pursue and disseminate timely research in the UK and worldwide. We collaborate with leading thinkers around the world and welcome them to Oxford as visiting researchers. We nurture early career researchers through research fellowships in our various programmes. InSIS is based at Oxford University's School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, one of the world's largest and most vibrant centres for teaching and research in the field. As an interdisciplinary institute, InSIS welcomes the participation of researchers from all departments of the University of Oxford in its research programmes and outreach activities.
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Neurosociety part 5: what...

10 Mar 2011 | 26 mins 14 secs

Neurosociety part 5:...

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Neurosociety part 3: The ...

10 Mar 2011 | 20 mins 44 secs

Neurosociety part 3:...

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Neurosociety part 2: Who ...

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Neurosociety part 2:...

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Neurosociety part 4: Cons...

10 Mar 2011 | 57 mins 25 secs

Neurosociety part 4:...

10 Mar 2011 | 57 mins 25 secs

Neurosociety part 1: Welc...

10 Mar 2011 | 36 mins 29 secs

Neurosociety part 1:...

10 Mar 2011 | 36 mins 29 secs

Neurosociety part 5: what...

10 Mar 2011 | 26 mins 14 secs

Neurosociety part 5:...

10 Mar 2011 | 26 mins 14 secs

Neurosociety part 3: The ...

10 Mar 2011 | 20 mins 44 secs

Neurosociety part 3:...

10 Mar 2011 | 20 mins 44 secs

Neurosociety part 2: Who ...

10 Mar 2011 | 43 mins 02 secs

Neurosociety part 2:...

10 Mar 2011 | 43 mins 02 secs

Neurosociety part 4: Cons...

10 Mar 2011 | 57 mins 25 secs

Neurosociety part 4:...

10 Mar 2011 | 57 mins 25 secs

Neurosociety part 1: Welc...

10 Mar 2011 | 36 mins 29 secs

Neurosociety part 1:...

10 Mar 2011 | 36 mins 29 secs

Oxford Program for the Fu...

16 Dec 2010 | 43 mins 20 secs

Oxford Program for t...

16 Dec 2010 | 43 mins 20 secs

Oxford Program for the Fu...

15 Dec 2010 | 45 mins 34 secs

Oxford Program for t...

15 Dec 2010 | 45 mins 34 secs

Oxford Program for the Fu...

15 Dec 2010 | 49 mins 53 secs

Oxford Program for t...

15 Dec 2010 | 49 mins 53 secs

Oxford Program for the Fu...

15 Dec 2010 | 43 mins 20 secs

Oxford Program for t...

15 Dec 2010 | 43 mins 20 secs

Oxford Program for the Fu...

15 Dec 2010 | 45 mins 34 secs

Oxford Program for t...

15 Dec 2010 | 45 mins 34 secs