All are invited to an upcoming conference – “Breaking Scientific Networks” – to be held next week at UC Davis.
What happens when scientific collaborations fall apart? What causes networks to falter? How resilient are they in the face of outside interference, internal strife, or major geopolitical disruption? In this one-day conference, we will look at the long history of networks, from the early modern period to the present day. Join us for the discussion – all are welcome!
Here are the details:
When: April 25th, 2014. Breakfast at 9:30am; talks and discussion from 10:00am to 6:45pm.
Where: The Center for Science and Innovation Studies at the University of California, Davis. All events will be in the Social Sciences & Humanities Building, room 1246.
Who: The conference is organized by Dániel Margócsy (Hunter College, CUNY) and William Rankin (Yale University).
Paula Findlen (Stanford)
Andrew Lakoff (USC)
Dániel Margócsy (Hunter College, CUNY)
Elidor Mëhilli (Hunter College, CUNY)
Joanna Radin (Yale)
William Rankin (Yale)
Matthew Sargent (Caltech)
Lindsay Smith (University of New Mexico)
Sharon Traweek (UCLA)
Comments from Mario Biagioli, Allison Fish, and Hélène Mialet (all UC Davis).
For more information, please see http://www.breakingscientificnetworks.info
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Bill Rankin and Dániel Margócsy
Breaking scientific networks