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Competing imaginaries of science and social order in responsible (research and) innovation
Stevienna de Saille and Paul Martin

even successfully6) for contamination of dozens of sites in the USA alone. Therefore, beyond the ethical questions which have often surrounded Monsanto’s particular model of generating profit 5  The World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has issued a report reclassifying glyphosate as ‘probably’ carcinogenic (IARC, 2016), causing some member states to refuse to renew its licence for sale in the European Union. The European Food Standards Agency (EFSA) subsequently issued its own report finding it not carcinogenic if used as

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New roles for experts and publics
Sarah Hartley and Adam Kokotovich

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