Building on the success of last year’s event and the many positive and encouraging comments from participants, this year’s interdisciplinary symposium is convened in order to further build capacity as well as consolidate existing scholarship on perspectives on the human body and identity.
An exciting afternoon symposium looking at healthcare innovation. Part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science 2013.
Organised in partnership with BioCentre, Royal Society of Chemistry, Biochemical Society and the University of Bristol this panel discussion and debate explored the science and ethics of synthetic biology and what it means for the UK on 14th November 2012.
The mp3 from BioCentre’s recent conference call with Prof Steve Fuller is now available to download here.
BioCentre’s latest teleconference with Neil Harbisson is now available to listen to online.
Building on the success of last year’s event and the many positive and encouraging c...
An exciting afternoon symposium looking at healthcare innovation. Part of the ESRC Festiva...
Potential cure to HIV...
The Honest Broker: Making Sense of Science in Policy and Politics
At the final conference of the ESRC’s Genomics Network Conference in April earlier this year I heard Roger Pielke Jr speak on ‘The many roles of scientific advice for governance and society’. It was the first time that I had encountered Pielke and found his ideas on science in society and democracy fascinating. A professor in the Environmental Studies Program and Fellow of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Science (CIRES), University of Colorado, Pielke’s background is in mathematics, public policy and political science.
Organ trafficking and illicit transplant surgeries have infiltrated global medical practice. But despite the evidence of widesprea ...
There are close to a hundred locations around the world where you can find a local group of a movement called Quantified Self. The ...