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Integrity, ambition and delusion in the pursuit of science - Panel debate with New York Times best selling author Allegra Goodman

Published: 4 April 2016
Allegra Goodman Intuition

Hosted by University of Southampton Student Union and the Centre for Human Development Stem Cells and Regeneration, Faculty of Medicine

Tuesday 19th April from 4.00 pm to 7.00 pm
Panel Debate - 4.00 pm to 5.30 pm following by the author's public lecture - 6.00 pm to 7.00 pm

In the Main Lecture Theatre - Nightingale Building (67), University of Southampton, Highfield Campus

A welcome reception for students and early career researchers with panel discussion exploring themes from Allegra Goodman’s “Intuition" a novel about Faith and Doubt in Science

With expert panel featuring:

Allegra Goodman - Author of Intuition: a novel about faith and doubt in science.

Professor Tim Elliott - Professor of Experimental Medicine and Director of the new and prestigious Centre for Cancer Immunology

Professor Andrea Russell - Professor of Physical Electrochemistry, Chemistry Director of Programmes and co-ordinator of the popular Jekyll and Hyde: Ethics in Science module.

Dr Elselijn Kingma - Lecturer in Philosophy with a PhD in the history and philosophy of science from Cambridge and NIH postdoctoral training in research ethics

Please register for this Event at Eventbrite

 

 

Integrity, ambition and delusion in the pursuit of science
Integrity, ambition and delusion in the pursuit of science

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