Autonomous University of Zacatecas, Mexico
Guillermo Foladori is an anthropologist with a PhD in Economics. He has worked as professor in universities in México, Honduras, Nicaragua, Uruguay, and Brazil, and had been visiting fellow at the Consortium for Science Policy and Outcomes (USA) and at the Federal University of Paraná (Brazil). He has also been adviser for international organizations and several NGOs. He has co-authored with N. Invernizzi Nanotecnologías Disruptivas (ISBN: 970-701-745-7), Nanotechnologies in Latin America (ISBN: 978-3-320-02167-2) and Nanotecnología, Agricultura y Alimentación (ISBN: 978-9974-0-0445-0).
The main topics of his research are on environment, health, and nanotechnology issues. He is now teaching at the Doctoral Program on Development Studies at the Autonomous University of Zacatecas, in México; and is member of the National System of Researchers of México. He co-coordinates the Latin American Nanotechnology and Society Network (www.estudiosdeldesarrollo.net/relans).