Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent

Lithium, a time stabilizer

Nanocarbons between past, present and future

Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent is a philosopher and historian of science, emerita professor at Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne.

Her research topics span from the history and philosophy of chemistry to materials science and nanotechnology with a continuous interest in science and the public issues.

She is a member of the French Academy of Technology and member of a number of ethics committees in France. She was the recipient of the Dexter Award for outstanding achievements in the History of Chemistry from the American Chemical Society) and was awarded the History of Science Society’s 2021 Sarton Medal.

Selected Bibliography

Biographies of Materials. World Scientific Publisher (in print)

Living in a Nuclear World. From Fukushima to Hiroshima. (coll. Boudia S. and Sato K.) Routledge (in print)

French Philosophy of Technology. Classical Readings and Contemporary Approaches. (coll. Sacha Loeve , Xavier Guchet) Springer, 2018.

Resarch Objects in their Technological Settings, (coll. S. Loeve,A. Nordmann, A. Schwarz), Routledge, 2017

Carbone, ses vies, ses oeuvres (co-authored with Sacha Loeve), Paris: Seuil, 2018;

Chemistry. The Impure Science, (coauthored with Jonathan Simon), London, Imperial College, 2008.

History of Chemistry (coauthored with Isabelle Stengers) Harvard University Press, 1997.

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