Neil Stephens
Neil Stephens
Associate Professor in Technology and Society, University of Birmingham
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Collecting data from elites and ultra elites: telephone and face-to-face interviews with macroeconomists
N Stephens
Qualitative research 7 (2), 203-216, 2007
Bringing cultured meat to market: Technical, socio-political, and regulatory challenges in cellular agriculture
N Stephens, L Di Silvio, I Dunsford, M Ellis, A Glencross, A Sexton
Trends in food science & technology 78, 155-166, 2018
Up on the roof: The embodied habitus of diasporic capoeira
S Delamont, N Stephens
Cultural sociology 2 (1), 57-74, 2008
Balancing the Berimbau Embodied Ethnographic Understanding
N Stephens, S Delamont
Qualitative Inquiry 12 (2), 316-339, 2006
Making sense of making meat: key moments in the first 20 years of tissue engineering muscle to make food
N Stephens, AE Sexton, C Driessen
Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 45, 2019
The first bite: Imaginaries, promotional publics and the laboratory grown burger
K O’Riordan, A Fotopoulou, N Stephens
Public understanding of science 26 (2), 148-163, 2017
Growing meat in laboratories: The promise, ontology, and ethical boundary-work of using muscle cells to make food
N Stephens
Configurations 21 (2), 159-181, 2013
In vitro meat: Zombies on the menu
N Stephens
Scripted 7, 394, 2010
Embodying Brazil: an ethnography of diasporic capoeira
S Delamont, N Stephens, C Campos
Taylor & Francis, 2017
Promise and Ontological Ambiguity in the In vitro Meat Imagescape: From Laboratory Myotubes to the Cultured Burger
N Stephens, M Ruivenkamp
Science as Culture 25 (3), 327-355, 2016
Doing laboratory ethnography: reflections on method in scientific workplaces
N Stephens, J Lewis
Qualitative Research 17 (2), 202-216, 2017
The UK stem cell bank as performative architecture
N Stephens, P Atkinson, P Glasner
New Genetics and Society 27 (2), 87-98, 2008
‘I'm your teacher, I'm Brazilian!’ Authenticity and authority in European capoeira
C de Campos Rosario, N Stephens, S Delamont
Sport, Education and Society 15 (1), 103-120, 2010
Blood, meat, and upscaling tissue engineering: Promises, anticipated markets, and performativity in the biomedical and agri-food sectors
N Stephens, E King, C Lyall
BioSocieties 13, 368-388, 2018
Samba no mar: Bodies, movement and idiom in Capoeira
N Stephens, S Delamont
Body/embodiment, 123-136, 2016
‘They start to get malicia’: teaching tacit and technical knowledge
N Stephens, S Delamont
British Journal of Sociology of Education 30 (5), 537-548, 2009
The UK stem cell bank: securing the past, validating the present, protecting the future
N Stephens, P Atkinson, P Glasner
Science as Culture 17 (1), 43-56, 2008
Roda Boa, Roda Boa: Legitimate peripheral participation in diasporic capoeira
N Stephens, S Delamont
Teaching and Teacher Education 26 (1), 113-118, 2010
Documenting the doable and doing the documented: Bridging strategies at the UK Stem Cell Bank
N Stephens, P Atkinson, P Glasner
Social Studies of Science 41 (6), 791-813, 2011
Legalising mitochondrial donation: enacting ethical futures in UK biomedical politics
R Dimond, N Stephens
Springer, 2018
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