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Barbara VAN MIERLO (Wageningen, Netherlands)

Barbara van Mierlo works as a sociologist in the field of ‘management of innovations, environment and ecology’ at Communication and Innovation Studies at Wageningen University. Her main interest is in processes of (system) innovation towards a sustainable development by means of innovation projects. In her work she focuses on communicative processes like network formation, negotiating and (...)
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Pat BRERETON (Dublin, Ireland)

Pat Brereton is Senior Lecturer at the School of Communications of Dublin City University. Pat has an academic background in all aspect of film studies and new media literacies. His research focuses on representations of : ecology, science, war, religion and national identities among others. He was a previous Director of SIM research centre and continues to be an active member while carrying (...)
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Eleftheria VASILEIADOU (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Eleftheria Vasileiadou (PhD, University of Amsterdam) is Assistant Professor in Science, Technology and Public Policy, at the Institute for Environmental Studies of the VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Her research focuses on various topics of science and environment communication. She has published on topics such as scientific communication and collaboration online, and theoretical (...)
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Pieter MAESEELE (Antwerp, Belgium)

Pieter Maeseele (PhD, Ghent University) is Research Professor of Media and Communication Studies at the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences of the University of Antwerp (Belgium). As media sociologist, his research agenda broadly focuses on social and political issues relating to science, technology and the environment in the media, with particular emphasis on the ideological nature of (...)
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Anabela CARVALHO (Minho, Portugal)

Anabela Carvalho (PhD, University College London) is Associate Professor at the Department of Communication Sciences of the University of Minho, Portugal and a member of the Communication and Society Research Center. Her research focuses on various forms of environment and science communication with a particular emphasis on the mediations of climate change. She has published on topics such as (...)
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Julie DOYLE (Brighton, UK)

Julie Doyle is a Principal Lecturer in Media and Communication Studies at the University of Brighton, UK. She completed her Phd in 2001 at the University of Sussex, UK, on the cultural history of surgery and the gendered body. Her research has focused upon climate change communication, the visual culture of science and the environment, and the socio-historical relationship between surgical (...)
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