The TRU extends a fond goodbye to Sebastian Gil-Riano, co-organizer of the 2013-14 Technoscience Salon on Critical itineraries, which highlighted the contributions of postcolonial, critical race, and indigenous studies to the ways we produce knowledge and tell stories about technoscience. Sebastian is leaving to take up a postdoctoral fellowship in the Race and Ethnicity in the Global South project, headed by Warwick Anderson. This project sponsors historical research to reveal active and influential debates over race and other human differences conducted by scientists and anthropologists across the southern hemisphere. At the University of Sidney, Sebastian will continue his excellent work on the history of anti-racist social science. Thank you for all your work at the TRU!