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Forum Lectures 2010

Friday, 17 December 2010, EMBL Heidelberg
Not Exactly: Vagueness as Original Sin?
Kees van Deemter, University of Aberdeen

Friday, 19 November 2010,  EMBL Heidelberg
Scientific Integrity in a Changing Context
Sheila Jasanoff, Harvard University

12 October 2010, EMBL Heidelberg
Knowledge in the Early Modern Era: The Origins of Experimental Error
J. Z. Buchwald, Doris and Henry Dreyfuss Professor of History at Caltech

2 July 2010, EMBL Heidelberg
Complexity: A Guided Tour
Melanie Mitchell, Portland State University and Santa Fe Institute

4 June 2010, EMBL Monterotondo 
Who is the Modern Scientist?
Steven Shapin, Department of the History of Science, Harvard University

25 May 2010, EMBL Heidelberg
The Cultural Authority of Science across Europe and Beyond
Martin W. Bauer, London School of Economics

12 April 2010, EMBL Heidelberg
Problems in the correlation of languages and genes in Europe
James P. Mallory, Queen’s University, Belfast

12 March 2010, EMBL Heidelberg
A dream comes true
Eric Karsenti, EMBL Heidelberg

CANCELLED
11 February 2010, EMBL Monterotondo 
What role should science play in government?
Colin Blakemore, University of Oxford