Established in 1981 EASST is the organization which represents academics and researchers in the broad field of science, technology and innovation studies. It brings together a variety of disciplines and many of its members have qualifications in both natural science/engineering and social sciences. Read more about EASST.
The aim of the sub-plenary is to stimulate the (individual and collective) EASST imagination through paying attention to and engaging with poetic, literary and artistic renderings of techno-scientific futures. To help realise this aim and to simulate your imaginations, we are organizing the first-ever short story, flash fiction, and poetry competition for EASST members. Winners will be announced during the conference. There will be prizes. Winning entries will be published in EASST Review. Find out how to submit.
EASST’s international, peer reviewed, online journal Science & Technology Studies has four issues a year. It is fully open access with EASST members being emailed when a new issue is published. To view the latest issue view the journal site.