Veronica Ranner is a designer and researcher with focus on mediating the intersection of design, society and emerging technologies. She holds a degree in Industrial Design from Pforzheim University and an MA in Design Interactions (RCA), has worked as lead designer on the BMBF- funded medical pilot study MµGUARD in the heart defibrillator industry as well as design consultant, e.g. for Cambridge University. Veronica exhibited internationally, e.g. with the Israel Museum in Jerusalem (2012), the Science Gallery in Dublin (2012), the China Technology Museum in Beijing (2012) and most recently, at Ventura Lambrate in Milan (2013) and the French Design Biennale in St. Etienne (2013). She joined the RCA’s Creative Exchange Hub as PhD candidate to explore how innovation and knowledge transfer between biotech and digital spaces might shift our understanding of digital and the matter. By using a wide range of media in her practice, she hopes to encourage the public to question and re-assess their relationship towards technology.