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- “The Vulnerability of Cyborgs: The Case of ICD Shocks” by Nelly Oudshoorn
- “Bioinformatics and the Politics of Innovation in the Life Sciences: Science and the State in the United Kingdom, China, and India” by Brian Salter, Yinhua Zhou, Saheli Datta, and Charlotte Salter
- “Ignoring Complexity: Epistemic Wagers and Knowledge Practices among Synthetic Biologists” by Talia Dan-Cohen
- “Variants of Epistemic Capitalism: Knowledge Production and the Accumulation of Worth in Commercial Biotechnology and the Academic Life Sciences” by Maximilian Fochler
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