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Go Yoshizawa Ph. D. is Associate Professor of Biomedical Ethics and Public Policy at the Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka University. He holds MSc and PhD in Science and Technology Policy from University of Sussex, UK and MSc in History of Science from University of Tokyo. Having experience of working at a private think-tank and several universities, he has been involved in a number of projects on technology assessment, science communication and public engagement, knowledge policy and management in life and medical sciences as well as in the fields of environmental and energy. His main interests include intermediaries linking knowledge and society, eloosef governance of life, incertitude of science and decision-making, energy resilience, responsible research and innovation, and innovation dialogue applying Q methodology.


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