Designing human practices is a remarkable and original book as embedded humanists at the synthetic biology engineering research center paul rabinow and gaymon bennett tried to live up to the impossible task of at the same time sounding out what synthetic biology might mean for future forms of human life and analytically reflecting designing and redesigning their own engagement . Designing human practices is an account of a productive experiment in the human sciences which took place from 2006 to 2010 at the synthetic biology engineering research center synberc 1. Get this from a library designing human practices an experiment with synthetic biology paul rabinow gaymon bennett in 2006 anthropologists paul rabinow and gaymon bennett set out to rethink the role that human sciences play in biological research creating the human practices division of the synthetic biology . Designing human practices is a detailed account of this anthropological experiment and ultimately its rejection it provides new insights into the possibilities and limitations of collaboration and diagnoses the micro politics which effectively constrained the potential for mutual scientific flourishing
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