This research line focuses on historical studies of the chemical industry, co-production of biological sciences and urban ecology, mutual shaping of international science and politics, research collaboration and value systems.
Projects on scientific research and innovation cultures
- Reassembling Renewables from the Margin
- Advancing Microscopy
- Civilization and its Discontents: Universalism and Colonialism in UNESCO’s International Science Program (1946-1954)
- Conserving nature in a changing environment: Ecology experts in international environmental problem solving (1960-1980)
- The history of Solvay SA (1863-2013)
- Nature’s diplomats: Ecological experts and the conservation policy of international organizations (1920-2000)