Senior Lecturer (iHuman, Sociological Studies) (Sociology and social studies of science and technology; Environmental sociology; Communication technology and digital media studies; Environmental communication)
- Climate change on Twitter: topics, communities and conversations about the 2013 IPCC Working Group 1 report.
- Scientific data and its limits: rethinking the use of evidence in local climate change policy
- Evidence and meaning in policy making
- Reply to 'Clarity of meaning in IPCC press conference'
- Tension between scientific certainty and meaning complicates communication of IPCC reports
- Communicating climate change: conduits, content, and consensus
- Randomised trials in context: practical problems and social aspects of evidence-based medicine and policy
- Transparency: issues are not that simple
- An open letter to The BMJ editors on qualitative research
- Why are NGO s sceptical of genome editing?
- Three lessons from evidence-based medicine and policy: increase transparency, balance inputs and understand power
- Against the tide of depoliticisation: The politics of research governance
- Visual cross-platform analysis: digital methods to research social media images
- Beyond counting climate consensus
- ‘An Inconvenient Truth’: A social representation of scientific expertise.
- Learning the lessons of Climategate: A cosmopolitan moment in the public life of climate science
- Trouble in the trough: how uncertainties were downplayed in the UK’s science advice on Covid-19
- The social media life of climate change: Platforms, publics, and future imaginaries
- Autism Scientists’ Reflections on the Opportunities and Challenges of Public Engagement: A Qualitative Analysis
- A Reply to Cook and Oreskes on Climate Science Consensus Messaging
- NGO perspectives on the social and ethical dimensions of plant genome-editing
- Politics of Science and Technology
- Is emphasising consensus in climate science helpful for policymaking?
- Twitter's retort to Trump: before and after the Paris announcement
- The visual vernacular of climate change on Twitter (2016-19)
- Visual vernaculars of climate change
- Using computer vision to see Google’s visual vernacular of climate change (2008-19)
- Why setting a climate deadline is dangerous
- What do we know about public attitudes towards experts? Reviewing survey data in the United Kingdom and European Union
- Socially-distanced science: how British publics were imagined, modelled and marginalised in political and expert responses to the COVID-19 pandemic
- Google Images, cambio climático y la desaparición de los humanos
- The new randomised controlled trials (RCT) movement in public policy: challenges of epistemic governance
- Evidence and policy: discourses, meanings and practices
- Growing polarization around climate change on social media
- Three institutional pathways to envision the future of the IPCC