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Sensory STS: A blog-post series

— Co-editors: Nicole Charles, Marianne de Laet, Jia-Hui Lee, Christy Spackman — A reviewer of one of our recent papers bluntly stated, ‘Instruments don’t sense.’ ‘Don’t they?’, we wondered, perplexed, visions of pH meters, spectrometers, and disease-sniffing rats dancing through our heads. The reviewer’s statement in turn opened a world of questions: What does it mean … Continue reading Sensory STS: A blog-post series