On 14 May, I’m heading off to Copenhagen to meet Professor Klaus Høyer and his colleagues working on the project, ‘Policy, practice and patient experience in the age of intensified data sourcing’. POLICYAID is funded by the European Research Council, started in June 2016.
On Monday I will meet with the research group, and on Tuesday 15 May, I’ll give a public lecture called, ‘Where is the knowledge we have lost in data?’ This builds on the lecture with the same title that I gave in January during the Dies Natalis of Maastricht University. Then I had 15 minutes, and now I have many more, so that I have time both to expand on the argument I was attempting to make then, and to reflect on the challenges facing STS scholars when we attempt to talk about science and technology to broader audiences. More details on the group’s Facebook page – including time and place should you be in Copenhagen on 15 May.