We’ve just put together a draft programme for the 2007 Science and Public conference (Imperial College London, 19th May). It’s going to be diverse and exciting day. We were delighted by the quality and quantity of abstracts we received.
Registration is now open, £25 (£15 for students/ unwaged), which includes lunch and refreshments.
You can download the draft programme and registration document here: http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/humanities/sciencecommunicationgroup/researchconference
Sessions include: Images of Science in Popular Literature Case Studies in Science & Politics Artists and Science Cinema Public Participation Texts and ideologies Expertise in Popular Science Using Museums