It was great to meet everyone at the James Martin Institute, and like I was hoping the feedback I got from the talk was extremely useful. Indeed I rewrote the outline of the thesis on the plane to Helsinki. JMI is only a year old, and I have the feeling it could become a place of note in social studies of science and innovation in the years to come. Thanks to Christian for being such a first-class host, to Sam for arranging my stay at New College, and to everyone for the discussions.

The stay in Oxford also marked the end of my residence in England. I’m moving home! Feels great, even though I have no idea how long (or where) I’ll stay in Helsinki.


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May 10th, 2005 at 2:36 am (#)

Any time, Jyri. I’ll try to be here next time!

May 15th, 2005 at 8:03 pm (#)

Jyri Engeström at the James Martin Institute

Friday, 6 May: to the James Martin Institute, Oxford, to hear Jyri speaking about ‘The Practice of Innovation: how new technology gets defined as sustaining or disruptive’ (pdf flyer here). Great morning on three counts. First and foremost, to see

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August 14th, 2005 at 4:59 am (#)

Engeström peräänkuuluttaa yhteiskunnalta langatonta laajakaistaa

Kaupunkiverkko luo pohjaa kasvulle (HS €), kirjoittaa tutkija Jyri Engeström.
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