Mike Fortun

Mike Fortun, associate professor of Anthropology at UCI, studies the contemporary sciences and scientists of genomics and, most recently, air pollution science. He’s interested in how air pollution affects people’s health and bodies, and how scientists, engineers, practitioners and community people all are trying to find new ways to work together to understand air pollution and its mass affects on humans. He researches what kinds of data infrastructures are being built and maintained – as well as those that need to be developed - to better deal with the biological, social and health aspects of consequences of air pollution.

This PECE essay helps to answer the STS Across Borders analytic question: “What people, projects, and products exemplify how this STS formation has developed over time?”

This essay is part of a broader exhibit on UCI Anthro STS.

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Created date

July 1, 2018

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James Adams, Maggie Woodruff and Kim Fortun. 1 July 2018, "Mike Fortun", STS Infrastructures, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 7 February 2020, accessed 1 July 2022. https://stsinfrastructures.org/content/mike-fortun