Welsh Crucible 2015
Christopher has a BA in Philosophy & Sociology (York), an MA in Philosophy & Social Theory (Warwick) and a PhD in Philosophy (Warwick). After two years teaching adult learners at Warwick University in 2003-05, he took up a research post in Social Sciences at Cardiff. Since then, he has worked in several different institutes conducting research on the governance and social impacts of technological innovation, with a particular focus on responsible innovation, an interdisciplinary approach which aims to increase the responsiveness of scientific and technological innovation to social priorities and concerns. He also runs Cardiff Philosophy Café, an ongoing series of free monthly events at which academics from a range of disciplines discuss the ethical and political implications of their work with non-academic audiences.
2016 Update: Christopher continues his role as Research Associate in the School of Social Sciences at Cardiff University.