I’m really excited about the NanoBubbles project, bringing together STS, data scientists, library scientists. computer scientists, historians, and nonscientists. We investigate controversies, errors and over-stretched promises in nanobiology from this exciting interdisciplinary mix, with a team that is really committed to cooperation. For now, not a lot is visible to the outside world of the cooperative explorations that are going on, apart from our beautiful webpage and of course the adverts out for hiring people throughout the project, such as my two PhD candidates and two Postdocs. One of the big challenges is to cooperate in a multi-method approach, ranging from quantitative bibliometrics, qualitative interviews and ethnographies, all the way into experimentation.

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