Piergiorgio Strata: Freedom in the access to science career

Lecturer/Position/Organization: Piergiorgio Strata Professor of Neurophysiology, Rita Levi Montalcini center for brain Repair, Dpt Neuroscience University of Turin, Italy Session/Theme: Science, Technology and Economy Title of the presentation: Freedom in the access to science career Among the many aspects of freedom in research one concerns the lack of free access to a scientific carrier which

Lewis Wolpert: Is science dangerous?

Lewis Wolpert, Emeritus Professor of Biology as Applied to Medicine, Anatomy, University College, London Session/Theme: Science, society and politics – public understanding of science Title of the presentation: Is science dangerous? The idea that scientific knowledge is dangerous is deeply embedded in our culture. Adam and Eve were forbidden to eat from the Tree of

John Harris: The Obligations of Society to Science

John Harris FMedSci., B.A., D.Phil. Sir David Alliance Professor of Bioethics Institute of Medicine Law and Bioethics, School of Law University of Manchester Session: Science, Society and Politics (part 1) Title: “The Obligations of Society to Science�? My question is: is there a moral obligation to undertake, support and even to participate in serious scientific

Krishna B. Garg: Do Globalisation and Modern Scientific Developments Pose New Challenges for the Society!

Lecturer/Position/Organization: Krishna B. Garg/Professor/University of Rajasthan, Jaipur – 302004, India Session/Theme: Science, Ethics and the Ethics of Scientific Research Title of the presentation: Do Globalisation and Modern Scientific Developments Pose New Challenges for the Society! It is perhaps proper to club science and technology together for the sake of discussion even if their internal scope