Sabine Biedermann I am a doctoral fellow at the Technical University of Berlin.
My research interests comprise Social Anthropology of Science and Technology, Medical Anthropology, Human-Environment Relations, Multispecies Ethnography and Posthumanism.
My current research deals with the question of how the human microbiome is enacted in everyday practices and how scientific and lay communities work with it and intervene it. I focus on human-bacterial collaborations towards health and wellbeing.

Contact: sabine.biedermannc@tu-berlin.de

Find me also at: Innovation Society Today, TU Berlin

Publications

2019

Sabine Biedermann, Patrick Bieler, Milena Bister, Sascha Cornejo Puschner, Adina Dymczyk, Dennis Eckhardt, Janine Hauer, Maren Heibges, Dženeta Hodžić, Jonna Josties, Martina Klausner, Anja Klein, Céline Lauer, Ruzana Liburkina, Jörg Niewöhner, Stefan Reinsch, Christine Schmid, Tim Seitz, Itzell Torres, Krystin Unverzagt, Jorge Vega

Current work in the Laboratory: Anthropology of Environment | Human Relations: Doing research in a more-than-thought collective Journal Article

EASST Review, 38 (2), 2019.

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Sabine Biedermann, Patrick Bieler, Milena Bister, Sascha Cornejo Puschner, Adina Dymczyk, Dennis Eckhardt, Janine Hauer, Maren Heibges, Dženeta Hodžić, Jonna Josties, Martina Klausner, Anja Klein, Céline Lauer, Ruzana Liburkina, Jörg Niewöhner, Stefan Reinsch, Christine Schmid, Tim Seitz, Itzell Torres, Krystin Unverzagt, Jorge Vega

From the Collaboratory Social Anthropology & Life Sciences to the Laboratory: Anthropology of Environment | Human Relations Journal Article

EASST Review, 38 (2), 2019.

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