I am an assistant professor in the History Group at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. I received my PhD from the Department of History of Science at Harvard University in March 2010. My research focuses on the impact of computers and information and communications technologies on science. My book is an historical and ethnographic account of the changes wrought to biological practice and biological knowledge by the introduction of the computer. Especially in highly computerized fields such as genomics, the computer has changed how biologists work, how biologists collaborate, and how biologists make knowledge.

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