The annual STS conference provides space for international scholars to discuss their topical research amongst peers. The contributors to this event address the complex ways in which science, technology and society co-evolve and mutually shape one another. In such a way, the participants of the conference aim to provide a better understanding of the world in which we live. This includes the assessment of emerging technologies, the scrutiny of ethical, legal and social aspects of contemporary scientific practices as well as the transition to environmentally friendly and socially desirable techno-scientific futures.
The proceedings at hand give an account of the work presented at the STS Conference in Graz in a given year. Its purpose is to aid collaboration by allowing readers to contact the contributing authors and follow up on their work.
The STS Conference Graz is the joint Annual Conference of the Science, Technology and Society Unit at Graz University of Technology, the Interdisciplinary Research Centre for Technology, Work and Culture (IFZ) and the Institute for Advanced Studies on Science, Technology and Society (IAS-STS). For more information, see https://www.tugraz.at/arbeitsgruppen/sts/sts-conference-graz/
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