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Niki Vermeulen

Institution/Company: University of Edinburgh

Areas of Interest: Cell and Molecular Biology

Keywords: history science sociology marine biology scientific collaboration

Niki Vermeulen is a lecturer in history/sociology of science in the Science, Technology and Innovation Studies group of the School of Social and Political Science of the University of Edinburgh. She is interested in science policy and the various ways in which research is organised, focussing on scientific collaboration, especially in the life sciences. Topics include marine biology, virology, systems biology and 3D-bioprinting, including applications for health. Currently, she is also exploring possibilities to write a real-time biography of the new collaborative Francis Crick Institute. Moreover, she is developing virtual walking tours through Edinburgh’s scientific past (www.curiousedinburgh.org).

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She designs and delivers interactive and visual ‘big picture thinking’ sessions for senior officials. These sessions focus on addressing key policy challenges, teasing out their interdependencies, and situating them in their global context.

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