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Bipashyee Ghosh

Biography

Bipashyee Ghosh is a Research Fellow at Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU), University of Sussex, UK, working in the Deep Transitions and Transformative Innovation Policy Consortium (TIPC) research projects. She recently completed her PhD in Science and Technology Policy from SPRU, studying sustainability transitions and transformations in urban mobility systems in Global South megacities. She has a Master’s degree in Innovation Sciences from Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands) and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Jadavpur University (India). She also served as a climate change activist, working with British Council, India. Bipashyee is interested in transdisciplinary research and collaborations for fostering innovations that can lead to social and technological transformations towards sustainable and inclusive urban futures.
Role in TIPC: TIPC Research Fellow; TIPC Lead Researcher for Research Community

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