Prof. Philip Macnaghten over de relatie tussen wetenschap en samenleving Prof. Philip Macnaghten over de relatie tussen wetenschap en samenleving

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Abstract

If we dont find ways to shape science and innovation in tune with widely shared social values, future changes will commonly be driven by the power of incumbent interests and the delegation of the good to market forces. In his inaugural lecture as Personal Professor in Technology and International Development at Wageningen University on 12 May, prof. Philip Macnaghten explained how to innovate responsibly.
Original languageDutch
PublisherWageningen UR
Media of outputOnline
Size2:12
Publication statusPublished - 11 May 2016

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