Isegoría, No 55 (2016)

Biología de sistemas y biología sintética como tecnociencias emergentes


https://doi.org/10.3989/isegoria.2016.055.07

Karen Kastenhofer
Institut für Technikfolgen-Abschätzung, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Austria

Resumen


La biología de sistemas y la biología sintética pueden ser consideradas como ejemplos de tecnociencias emergentes. Están esencialmente marcadas por promesas de futuro y por visiones, por una cierta lógica y uso de términos, por determinadas formas de organización social, por la integración en un régimen específico de fomento e innovación, así como por una matriz característica de orientaciones para la praxis de investigación. Esta constitución específica de la biología de sistemas y de la biología sintética tiene, por su parte, consecuencias fundamentales para la práctica científica, su análisis y su gobierno.

Palabras clave


biología de sistemas; biología sintética; tecnociencia; cultura tecno-epistémica; comunidad tecno-epistémica

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