Posts tagged with ‘ISS’

Cross-university collaborations: building public value from research

The Institute for Science & Society are delighted to welcome Professor David Guston, Founding Director, School for the Future of Innovation in Society, Arizona State University to give a public lecture on ‘Cross-University Collaborations: Building Public Value from Research.’

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Public attitudes to chemistry in the UK

Chiara Ceci, Communications Executive at the Royal Society of Chemistry, discusses ‘Public attitudes to chemistry in the UK’. Part of the Institute for Science and Society Seminar Series.

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The great ‘cold rush’: stewardship tensions in Greenland’s mining of rare Earth elements

Join the Institute for Science and Society for the next in their seminar series. ‘The great cold rush: stewardship tensions in Greenland’s mining of rare Earth elements’ will be presented by Dr Beverley Gibbs, Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy, University College London.

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Science, solution, paradigm: green chemistry at the nexus of innovation and policy

Join the Institute for Science and Society for the next in their seminar series. ‘Science, solution, paradigm: green chemistry at the nexus of innovation and policy’ will be presented by Dr Kira Matus, London School of Economics and Political Science.

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Machines of loving grace? Care, laboratory beagles and affective utopia

In this talk Dr Gregory Hollin, School of Sociology and Social Policy, and Dr Eva Giraud, Keele University, seek to complicate narratives about the ethical and epistemic importance of care in the production of scientific knowledge. Part of the Institute for Science and Society Seminar Series.

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Cartography and cultural revolution: maps, modernity and the New Soviet man

Dr Nick Baron, Department of History, presents ‘Cartography and cultural revolution: maps, modernity and the New Soviet man’. This talk will explore the role and meaning of cartography in early Soviet culture, with a particular focus on the Stalin period.

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Why did the chicken cross the globe? Half a dozen egs of science, culture and engagement

Dr Naomi Sykes from the Department of Archaeology discusses science, culture and engagement on a global scale. Part of the Institute for Science and Society seminar series.

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Situating internationalism in the atmospheric sciences: histories, geographies, climates and change

As part of the Institute for Science and Society seminar series, we are delighted to welcome Dr Martin Mahony to deliver a seminar around internationalism in the atmospheric sciences.

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