Matthew is a senior lecturer in the School of Humanities and Languages and his research is situated between the fields of Science and Technology Studies (STS), environmental sociology and contemporary social theory.
Matthew’s current work is focused on the social and political dimensions of nanotechnology and synthetic biology, climate change and society, and the social and political dimensions of climate modification and geoengineering.
Associate Professor Kearnes is currently actively investigating within the following Signature Projects:
|Five Rules of Thumb for Post-ELSI Interdisciplinary Collaborations||2016||Balmer, A.S.; Calvert, J.; Marris, C.; Molyneux-Hodgson, S.; Frow, E.; Kearnes, M.; Bulpin, K.; Schyfter, P.; Mackenzie, A.; Martin, P.|
|Narrative, nanotechnology and the accomplishment of public responses: A response to Thorstensen||2014||Kearnes, M., Macnaghten, P., Davies, S.|