Cultural practices surrounding the production and, consumption of technoscientific and biomedical, knowledge. Articulation between different, constituencies, both inside and outside the, scientific community, and the asymmetries that, shape their relations. Heterogeneity of science,, including contrasts between disciplinary, subcultures and different national traditions of, inquiry. Political economy of science, including, the allocation of material and symbolic resources., Networks of associations that link human and, nonhuman allies, such as medical prosthesis,, robotics, information. Representation of science, and technology in popular culture.