Exploring entanglements and tensions that arise between ‘the repetitive’ and ‘the sustainable’ in nuclear discourse
'Making the unknown knowable' explored the ways in which the unknown is rendered knowable by a wide range of actors in a multitude of contexts.
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These three new mini-lectures explore 'Nuclear Science and Engineering as Social Practice' from Petra Tjitske Kalshoven, Penny Harvey and Başak Sarac̣-Lesavre.
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Hosted by The University of Manchester’s Dalton Nuclear Institute, The Beam is managed by a cross-disciplinary team based across the University.
As a collaborative, cross-disciplinary research network, the Beam will foster a new engagement between the nuclear sciences and social research.
We are always seeking out new projects and collaborators in both academia and industry, and share the relevant activities of other groups as well as our own.