I. Basis of my expertise

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I am Associate Professor of Science & Technology Studies at Michigan State University’s Lyman Briggs School of Science and Associate Professor of Philosophy in the Department of Philosophy. I’m also a faculty member in MSU’s Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and Behavior Program and in the Department of Computer Science.
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