Cozzens has a distinguished record of service, funding, and publication in the fields of science policy and science and technology studies.
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Her Ph. In she was recognized as a "Section Star" at the 25th anniversary event of the Science, Knowledge, and Technology Section of the American Sociological Association.
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French B Phone: During the next two years I was more devoted to the former, while I worked at the Development Program at the Autonomous University of Zacatecas, in Mexico. Upon my return to Brazil at the beginning of , I began my research on nanotechnology. I have been researching the Brazilian policies for nanotechnology, the social and ethical implications of nanotechnology for developing countries and, more recently, nanotechnology implications for labor. The latter is the theme of my project during this year at the Woodrow Wilson Center.
Can nanotechnology reduce inequality? | World Economic Forum
Nanotechnology is often presented as a disruptive technology that will transform industrial production and society at large. A growing body of literature is directed to the study of the economic, social and ethical implications of nanotechnology. Little attention has been paid, however, to its implications for work and employment. The purpose of this research is twofold: a to analyze in what ways nanotechnology innovations materialized in existing products may affect work and employment, and b to examine perspectives of trade unions, social organizations and NGOs concerning these issues.
Advancing knowledge on incipient labor changes related to nanotechnology diffusion is essential to inform early public policy responses regarding nanotechnology development, employment and training. Create Alert.
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