Sam is currently studying an interdisciplinary PhD in Sociology with Philosophy. His research uses the scientific response to COVID-19 in the UK as a site for understanding how the production of scientific knowledge is politically mediated, with a particular focus on the ways and extent to which politics became embedded in the knowledge claims made by the UK scientific advisory community during the pandemic. Prior to studying for a PhD, Sam worked as a parliamentary assistant to a Labour MP and spent three years at the University of Liverpool in an impact role.
Alexandre holds a BA in Law from the Franciscan University (Brazil), as well as a BA and a MA in Philosophy from the Federal University of Santa Maria (Brazil). He published papers on Philosophy of Law and Philosophy of Science. His general research interests are in the fields of Legal Theory, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of the Social Sciences and Philosophy of Economics. Currently, his doctoral research focuses on the relationship between micro and macro patterns in Economics and Social Sciences.
Cat is a PhD student within the EURiCA project (Exploring Uncertainty and Risk in Contemporary Astrobiology). She has an MA in Logic and Philosophy of Science from the MCMP, Munich and is currently researching uncertainties inherent in biosignatures in the face of their abiotic mimics.
Professor of Philosophy of Science in the Department of Philosophy, University of Venice Ca' Foscari and Coordinator/PI, Inclusive science and European democracies (ISEED -960366) https://iseedeurope.eu
AHRC sponsored PhD student in Philosophy, Durham University
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Fanidh Senanta Sanogo