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Mrs Molly Rose Bond


Molly Bond joined the University of Bristol in 2014 through the ESRC funded 1+3 interdisciplinary PhD scholarship in Global Political Economy, as part of the South West Doctoral Training Centre (SWDTC), she is also working at the Environment & Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter.

Molly holds a Bachelors degree in International Development (first-class) from the University of Sussex, and a Master of Research (MRes) in Global Political Economy: Transformations and Policy Analysis (distinction) from the University of Bristol.

Her PhD research – bridging Science and Technology Policy and Global Development Studies – focuses on the role of near-term synthetic biology applications in the emerging bioeconomy, implications to sustainable development, and transformations in agriculture and industrial production. She is particularly interested in the practice and concepts of ‘disruptive’, ‘sustainable’ and ‘responsible’ innovation, as well as how these notions are assimilated into multi-stakeholder deliberations and the global governance of emerging technologies.



Sustainable Development, UNIV10001 2016 & 2017 Guest Lectures in: 'Science and Technology for Sustainable Futures' & 'Ecological perspectives and Biodiversity Challenges'

Qualitative Research Methods, GEOG23350_2016: Teaching Assistant

Political Ecology, GEOG30005_2015: Teaching Assistant

Human Geography, GEOG15020_2015: Teaching Assistant





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