Episode 42 - Sabina Leonelli

On Episode 42, Nick chats with Sabina Leonelli, Professor of Philosophy and History of Science at the University of Exeter, about how her desire not to choose between her various research interests led her to study philosophy of science, her early career projects "Understanding Scientific Understanding" and "How well do 'facts' travel?", the epistemic, social, and ethical dimensions of data-intensive science, how data practices differ between biological and biomedical sciences, her role in science policy and governance with the European Commission on open science and open data, why identifying the "so what?" of your research requires interacting with others, and what she does to make sure philosophy of science remains a source of inspiration to the rest of academia and beyond.

Timestamps: 0:15 Hello and welcome 1:50 Sabina

Nicholas Zautra