The STS [email protected] brings distinguished visitors to campus to present research and works-in-progress at the intersections of science, technology, and society. Our visitors in the fall 2016 semester shared an interest in the life sciences, their applications, and their significance for the public.
All talks take place in the Richardson Room (Morton 324), 4-5:30pm, and are free and open to the public. Please check back soon for the spring 2017 schedule.
Fall 2016 Schedule
October 3: Alondra Nelson (Dean of Social Science, Columbia University): Not Just Fun and Games: The Sociopolitical Import of "Recreational" Genetics
November 2: Manfred Laubichler (Arizona State University): Detecting and Explaining Innovations in Science with Big-Data Computational Methods and Modeling
For more information, contact Gregory Morgan.