Friday 27 April 2012 ▶
What does it mean to be human in the 21st Century? In what ways is this question affected by new forms of technologies, such as biometrics or the evolution of genetic and neuroscience technologies? Are our perceptions of human identity being recast in the light of these new scientific and technological developments? Are there, or should there be limits in what we can or should do to ourselves and our bodies? How and what does it mean to grow old now that the health and capacity of humans has been stretched for the over 50 population?More details...
Monday 23 April 2012 ▶
Call for Papers: One Day Symposium
TITLE: Beyond ‘Them’ and ‘Us’? Enacting social science within the public health research agenda on chronic illness
Tuesday 18 September 2012. Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge
Keynote Speakers: Professor David Armstrong, King’s College London; Professor Rose Barbour, Open UniversityMore details...