Science and Technology Studies


STS offers degrees at each university level: undergraduate, masters, and PhD


STS Events

Details of upcoming events involving the Department of Science and Technology Studies.

Upcoming STS Seminars (all start at 4.30pm with refreshments available from 4pm, unless otherwise stated):

18 December  2019    Cristiano Turbil (STS, UCL) - ‘Empowering scientific nationalism: positivism, technocracy and health in post-unified and pre-fascist Italy’       Location: Malet Place 1.20

8 January 2020           Jonnie Griffiths  (STS, UCL PhD Work in Progress)                    Location  Gordon Street 22 (formerly Wates House) room 1.02

15 January  2020        Adam Toon (Exeter) - title TBC.                                                   Location: 22 Gordon Street 1.02

22 January 2020         Rachel Cooper (Lancaster) - title TBC.                                       Location: Roberts 110

29 January 2020         Santiago Guzman Gamez (STS, UCL PhD Work in Progress)  Location: Rockefeller Building G02.   PLEASE NOTE THIS SESSION WILL RUN FROM 12.30PM TO 2PM

5 February 2020         Benjamin Weil (STS UCL PhD Work in Progress)                      Location: Rockefeller Building G02 PLEASE NOTE THIS SESSION WILL RUN FROM 12.30PM TO 2PM

5 February 2020         Rebekah Higgitt (Kent) - title TBC.                                             Location: Malet Place 1.20

12 February 2020       Paul Ranford - (STS UCL PhD Work in Progress)                    Location:  Malet Place Engineering 1.20              

19 February 2020       Thomas Pradeu (Bordeaux) - title TBC.                                      Location: Chadwick 2.18

4 March 2020              Anne Pollock (King’s College London) - title TBC.                      Location: Malet Place 1.20

18 March 2020            Noémi Tousignant (STS, UCL) - ‘Global blood infrastructures of hepatitis B virus (view from Senegal)’.         Location: IOE Bedford Way (20) 675, Breakdown 1

Other events:

10 March 2020           STS Haldane Lecture with Associate Professor Ruha Benjamin, Department of African American Studies, Princeton University

18 March 2020           Public Film Screening 'Price of Gold' followed by Q&A with filmmaker Carl Gierstorfer                         Location Darwin B40 Lecture Theatre