The Personal Relationships & Lab Safety Culture project is being conducted by Jonathan Klane. It seeks to study how relationships between EHS professionals and researchers impact lab safety.
More details at http://riskinnovation.asu.edu/personal-relationships-lab-safety-culture/
The Story Telling & Risk Communication project is being conducted by Jonathan Klane. It seeks to explore the use of story telling to improve laboratory safety culture.
More details at http://riskinnovation.asu.edu/story-telling-risk-communication/
The Safety Attitudes & Culture project is being conducted by Jonathan Klane. It seeks to use discourse analysis tools to gauge the risk perceptions of chemical lab researchers and how they think about and discuss lab safety
More details at http://riskinnovation.asu.edu/safety-attitudes-culture/
The Parallel Lab Notebooks project is being conducted by Jonathan Klane. It seeks to explore whether the use of a “parallel” lab notebook that’s used to capture a researcher’s thoughts, feelings and reflections can help develop a culture of safety and reduce risks within research laboratories.
More details at http://riskinnovation.asu.edu/parallel-lab-notebooks/
Elizabeth Garbee and Andrew Maynard have a new piece in The Conversation on CubeSats and responsible innovation:
The future of personal satellite technology is here – are we ready for it
Keri Szejda has a new piece in The Conversation on arsenic in rice cereal:
Worried about arsenic in your baby’s rice cereal? There are other foods that can provide essential iron
Risk Innovation Lab director Andrew Maynard’s article “Should Parents Worry About Nanoparticles in Baby Formula?” has been posted in US News & World Report:
Andrew Maynard has a new article in his column Edge of Innovation:
Nanoparticles in baby formula: should parents be worried?