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Connecting You to a World of Opportunity
Innogen is internationally recognised for the study of innovation in the life sciences and biotechnology.
Innogen staff offer supervision for postgraduate study across a breadth of areas relating to global health, food and energy security, the environment and the economy.
At Innogen research is rigorously connected with theory and methods to find solutions to real-world challenges at regional, national and international levels.
Innogen staff and their expertise
Delivering Global Promise through the Life Sciences
Innogen at the University of Edinburgh
Innogen is part of the Science, Technology and Innovation Studies subject group, administered by the School of Social and Political Science (SPS) at the University of Edinburgh. SPS is one of the world leading centres for social science research with more than 180 staff, 300 taught postgraduates and 250 research postgraduates.
Innogen's integrated position within the University brings together a highly interdisciplinary, global faculty and links our core research with the University of Edinburgh’s strengths in medicine, law, new biology and agricultural systems.
Innogen collaborates closely with the University of Edinburgh's highly esteemed School of Law, College of Science and Engineering, College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine, Academy of Government, Global Health Academy and the Roslin Institute.
Studying in Science, Technology and Innovation Studies
Graduate School of Social and Political Science
Science, Technology and Innovation Studies
t +44 (0)131 651 1560
Innogen at the Open University
Innogen is part of the Department of Development, Policy and Practice (DPP) at the Open University. DPP is the main centre for teaching and research in International Development and has a strong interdisciplinary research culture focused on policy impact in the areas of biotechnology and development, Asia's role in globalisation, North-South partnerships and social learning, transnational non-governmental networks, and management and institutional change.
Researchers in DPP combine diverse expertise from across social science disciplines such as anthropology, economics, politics and sociology and sciences and technology with a wide range of research and practical experience from Africa, Latin America, South Asia and Eastern Europe.
Studying in Development, Policy and Practice
Graduate School Coordinator
Development Policy & Practice
Faculty of Maths, Computing and Technology
The Open University
t +44 (0) 1908 653433