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Sam Weiss Evans
Science & Technology Studies, security, and that fuzzy line between science and technologies that harm and those that help. and
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Sam Weiss Evans Aug 11
Best thing I’ve done all day was not reply to a twitter poll thread before going to bed.
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nicole tersigni Apr 7
🗣️EXCUSE ME, I HAVE AN ANNOUNCEMENT. the book I wrote based on this thread, MEN TO AVOID IN ART AND LIFE, is available for pre-order!
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Sam Weiss Evans Aug 9
This week's is especially good, bringing updates on the "where did Sars-CoV-2 come from" debate, ideas for resetting our pandemic response, and also the excellent news that will be teaching "Building Health System Resilience" this fall!
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Sam Weiss Evans Aug 8
Replying to @maggiekb1
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Sam Weiss Evans Aug 7
“Stuff I’d forgotten” New title for my autobiography.
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Sam Weiss Evans Aug 7
Replying to @npseaver
I’ve got about 10,000 of these now.
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Sam Weiss Evans Aug 7
Replying to @npseaver
My philosophy: if the paper looks good enough that I might need it, I download it like all the rest into my references folder with a standard naming format. It then sits there until I search the folder for keywords for my current project. Turns up all kinds of stuff I’d forgotten
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Sam Weiss Evans Aug 7
Replying to @RogerPielkeJr
How would you have phrased it? It sounds like they aren’t saying testing causes cases, but that testing causes reporting, the intention being to engage in isolating and tracing asymptomatic cases as well as symptomatic ones.
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GES Center—Genetic Engineering & Society, NC State Aug 6
Lots of updates! 8/11 - Immunity Passports & Vaccines. For our first colloquium of the semester, we welcome and discuss the complex issues surrounding COVID-19 immunity passports and "DIY" vaccines.
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Sam Weiss Evans Aug 6
Oh this is *just* the email I want to get less than a week before running a major conference on zoom...
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Sam Weiss Evans Aug 6
“Err....something came up.” 2020 in a nutshell.
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Sam Weiss Evans Aug 6
Replying to @SAWEvans
Multiple cases of COVID-19 already are known within the student and staff.
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Sam Weiss Evans Aug 6
Just a handy reminder that masks are optional but miniskirts are prohibited at North Paulding High School
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Filippa Lentzos Aug 6
Simulation exercises have often focused on easy answers like vaccines, not the complex, systemic deficiencies in public-health systems now plaguing the US COVID-19 response. Good article
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Ed Yong Aug 5
🚨I wrote a guide to the immune system—how it theoretically works, how it reacts to the new coronavirus, why it’s all so maddeningly complicated, and what we know about how long immunity lasts.
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Sam Weiss Evans Aug 5
An obituary of my father-in-law, Nigel Weiss, discoverer of, among other things, flux expulsion. I might also add that he was a most kind and generous person, caring deeply about the world.
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HarvardSTS Aug 5
Only two days left to register for this year’s Science and Democracy Network meeting.
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Nick Seaver Aug 3
now STS professors can assign the replies to this thread as homework
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HarvardSTS Jul 31
📬Registration is now open for this year’s Science and Democracy Network meeting, to be held virtually from August 12-14th. Register by August 7th.
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Kasper Schiølin Jul 29
Never heard of "an accidental themed issue" before, but happy to have accidentally contributed to it with a paper on the sociotechnical imaginary of the fourth industrial revolution () and 'future essentialism'
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