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From reductionism towards integration: systems biology as a scientific social movement

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Niki Vermeulen’s STS PhD from Maastricht was about Supersizing Science: On Building Large-Scale Research Projects in Biology (2009). Having worked as a policy consultant and held academic positions in York and Vienna, she is currently a Wellcome Trust Research Fellow at CHSTM , Manchester, where she is studying the emergence of systems biology as exemplifying new forms of social organization in science. She co-edited Collaboration in the New Life Sciences (2010) and Bio-objects: Life in the 21st Century (2012).

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