Gabriela Bortz is a Fulbright Visiting Research Fellow in the Harvard Kennedy School of Government’s Science, Technology & Society Program, a Full-Researcher at CONICET (National Science Council, Argentina) working at the Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, and Adjunct Professor of Sociology of Science and Technology (UNAHUR). She holds a Ph.D. in Social Sciences (Universidad de Buenos Aires, UBA), MA in Science, Technology, and Society (UNQ) with a Political Science graduate background (UBA). Her work focuses on Policies and Sociology of Science, Technology, and Innovation for inclusive and sustainable development. In particular, her research interest is on the social utility of S&T in biotechnology to solve social and environmental problems, as well as the possibilities for wider actor participation in STI governance. She is currently exploring co-production of the Bioeconomy as a sociotechnical imaginary in Argentina and Latin America.