How to map controversies with a little help from the web. The cartography of controversies is the course I teach in Sciences Po Paris as well as an intriguing research method for exploring and representing controversies in science and technology.
Facts and resources about climate change, covering science, politics and economics. The aim is for the Guardian – with help from various partners and, crucially, readers – to amass the world's best layman-friendly online guide to all aspects of climate change, science politics, economics and more.
Halfway through my visit to the Brainstorm exhibition at the GV Art gallery in central London, someone arrives to interview the curator Robert Devcic. Bizarrely, the man only asks one question - what Devcic makes of the controversy surrounding the exhibition -