|27 May 2010 - 28 May 2010||All day||Bateman Auditorium,Gonville & Caius and CRASSH, 17 Mill Lane, Cambridge|
Registration online via the link at the top right hand side of this page.
Conference fee: £10 (full); £5 (student)
Deadline for booking: Friday 21 May 2010
Dr Robert Doubleday (Geography, University of Cambridge)
Professor Susan Owens (Geography, University of Cambridge)
2. Does recent discussion of ‘grand challenges’ present opportunities for wider public participation?
Sir David Baulcombe (Professor of Botany, University of Cambridge)
Judy Britton (Joint Head of Science inGovernment, UK Government Office for Science)
Lindsey Colbourne (Head of Public Dialogue, Sciencewise-ERC)
Sue Davies (Which?)
Dame Ann Dowling (Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Cambridge)
Maarten Hajer (Director, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency Professor of Public Policy, University of Amsterdam)
Alan Hughes (Professor of Enterprise Studies, University of Cambridge)
Richard Jones (Professor of Physics, University of Sheffield)
Phil Macnaghten (Professor of Geography, University of Durham)
Andrew Maynard (Chief Science Adviser, Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies, Wilson Centre, USA)
John O’Neill (Professor of Political Economy, University of Manchester)
Albert Weale (Professor of Political Theory and Public Policy, UCL)
Brian Wynne (Professor of Science Studies, University of Lancaster)
Please see the link at the right hand side of the page to view the provisional programme.
There will be a Keynote Lecture by Professor Maarten Hajer on Thursday 27 May at the Bateman Auditorium, Gonville and Caius College. Please see the link at the right hand side of the page for further information.
For administrative enquiries please contact Michelle Maciejewska.