Science-Policy Interactions and Social Values: A Symposium
Venue: UT Dallas McDermott Library
Sponsored by the McDermott Library
To wrap up the 2011-2012 public lecture series on Funded and Forbidden Knowledge: Science, Politics, and Cultural Values, the Center for Values in Medicine, Science, and Technology presents an interdisciplinary conference, which engages the areas of science and technology studies, history and philosophy of science, science and technology policy studies, ethics and political philosophy, education, and science policy in exploring the interactions between science and policy-making, with special attention to the role of values in those interactions.
No fee for UT Dallas students and faculty, but pre-registration required.
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