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Forum Lectures 2011

11 November 2011, 16.00 in the Large Operon, EMBL Heidelberg
Borderless Crime, and Family Matters: Social and regulatory dimensions of forensic DNA technologies
Barbara Prainsack, Reader (Associate Professor) in the interdisciplinary Medicine, Science & Society programme at King’s College London

12 October 2011, 16.00 in the Large Operon, EMBL Heidelberg
Semiotic theory of living systems
Kalevi Kull, Professor of biosemiotics, University of Tartu, Estonia

14 September, 16.00 in the Large Operon, EMBL Heidelberg
The new geography of science: changing the global research map
Dr Jonathan Adams, Director of Research Evaluation, Thomson Reuters

30 June 2011, 16.00 in the Large Operon, EMBL Heidelberg
Unnatural: the heretical idea of making people
Philip Ball, Science Journalist and Freelance Writer

27 May 2011, EMBL Heidelberg
Interrogating an Insect Society
Raghavendra Gadagkar, Indian Institute of Science

11 April 2011, EMBL Heidelberg
Science and Democracy: questions, challenges and experiments
Alan Irwin, Copenhagen Business School

3 March 2011, EMBL Heidelberg
The placebo effect: How words and rituals change the patient’s brain
Fabrizio Benedetti M.D., University of Turin Medical School and National Institute of Neuroscience, Italy

10 January 2011, EMBL Heidelberg
How science can contribute to poverty alleviation in Africa
Christian Borgemeister, icipe, Nairobi, Kenya