In this video clip from our Co-Imagining Futures research project with Dr. Anne Henriksen, undergraduate student Noah Etka introduces one of the drivers that might be relevant for thinking about the implementation of precision medicine. As an experiment in critical participation, we want this engagement to be collaborative and to allow for flows of naming and framing in multiple directions. To that end, we invite our expert to reframe the driver. In this clip, note the discussion around naming and framing. Body language can also contribute to the creation of a trading zone. Here, York repositions her body to create a shared space.