Bio-objects and generative relations

Tamminen, Sakari; Vermeulen, Niki
April 2012
Croatian Medical Journal;Apr2012, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p198
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the bio-objects and their generative relations examined by the Working Group 3 of the IS1001 COST Action of the European Cooperation in Science and Technology. The focus of the Working Group 3 is to transcend the disciplinary boundaries to the subject of humanities, life science and social science. Information on the generation of hybrids and the impact of introducing the bio-objects to a societal realm with reference to the cosmology of communities is also presented. INSETS: Box 1. Our work is characterized by three dimensions in …;Box 2. Bio-objects and generative relationsž.


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