Lucas Müller studies the history of life sciences and medicine in the twentieth century. He seeks to understand the ways in which biomedical knowledge and technologies circulated between different settings of scientific and healing activity and transformed on the move. He is also interested in the history of science policy and science in the public sphere. Lucas received a BSc and MSc in chemistry from Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zurich and was awarded a master’s degree in history of science, medicine and technology from Imperial College and University College London. He also worked in science policy at the European Commission.
history of life sciences and medicine; science policy; science in the public sphere