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I became increasingly interested in technology and labor issues and, for a long time, I had been an anthropologist researching factories' shop floors. I moved to Brazil to carry out graduate studies on these issues. My master dissertation research was on the effects of automation on labor skills, and my Ph.
After concluding my Ph. I have taught a course on Labor and Education at the undergraduate level for several years.
At the graduate program, I teach a course on Labor and Education, and another on Science, Technology and Education, which are part of an area of concentration in Technology, Labor and Education. During that time, I got interested in two new subjects: the social governance of technology and the emerging field of nanotechnology. During the next two years I was more devoted to the former, while I worked at the Development Program at the Autonomous University of Zacatecas, in Mexico.
Upon my return to Brazil at the beginning of , I began my research on nanotechnology. I have been researching the Brazilian policies for nanotechnology, the social and ethical implications of nanotechnology for developing countries and, more recently, nanotechnology implications for labor. The latter is the theme of my project during this year at the Woodrow Wilson Center. Nanotechnology is often presented as a disruptive technology that will transform industrial production and society at large.
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