Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) generate sites for articulation, contestation, navigation, negotiation, and change in modern societies. STI Studies aim to understand and conceptualize the material, social, intellectual, political and moral dynamics of STI in society. Some STI Studies groups also get involved in the active shaping of technology and innovation. Our department of Science, Technology, and Policy Studies (STePS) at the University of Twente (UT), the Netherlands, ventures to combine theory, critical analysis and active intervention in real-world spaces for articulation and negotiation.
Read our article “Engaged Science, Technology and Policy Studies: The Twente Approach”, by Kuhlmann, S., Konrad, K. E. & Roberts, L. L., Nov 2017, EASST review, 36/3