• Bioinformatics and the Politics of Innovation in the Life Sciences: Science and the State in the United Kingdom, China, and India
    with Charlotte Salter, Yinhua Zhou, and Brian Salter
    Science, Technology, and Human Values 41 (5): 793-826. 2016.
    The governments of China, India, and the United Kingdom are unanimous in their belief that bioinformatics should supply the link between basic life sciences research and its translation into health benefits for the population and the economy. Yet at the same time, as ambitious states vying for position in the future global bioeconomy they differ considerably in the strategies adopted in pursuit of this goal. At the heart of these differences lies the interaction between epistemic change within t…Read more
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