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[Supported by the BSHS] Conference: Science in Public

Registration open: Science in Public 2016 University of Kent, Canterbury, 13-15 July 2016 Registration for the Science in Public 2016 conference is now open via this link. The early bird rate is available until 20 May. A draft timetable for the conference runs from lunchtime on Wednesday 13 July to about 3pm on Friday 15 July. There is a full range of [...]

By | 2017-11-10T09:53:21+00:00 May 3rd, 2016|Conferences, Symposia & Workshops, Science studies, University of Kent|Comments Off on [Supported by the BSHS] Conference: Science in Public

Sally Collins

NameSally CollinsRegistration TypeFull TimeDegreeMScStatusongoingStart Year2001Thesis TitleHow do the ways in which science pupils learn compare to the ways in which scientists investigate?SupervisorDavid Gooding and Helen HasteDepartmentScience Studies Centre

Louise Thorn

NameLouise ThornRegistration TypeFull TimeDegreePhDStatusongoingStart Year2005Thesis TitleHistory on display: presenting themes from the history and sociology of trust in science in a museum settingSupervisorAndrew Warwick and Peter MorrisDepartmentCentre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine

Jeff Kochan

NameJeff KochanRegistration TypeFull TimeDegreePhDStatuscompletedStart Year2000End Year2006Thesis TitleA poetics of tool-use: explorations in Heidegger and science studiesSupervisorMartin KuschDepartmentHistory and Philosophy of Science

C Harris

NameC HarrisRegistration TypeFull TimeDegreeMScStatuscompletedEnd Year2001Thesis TitleInvestigation into the bovine somatrophin controversy involving the European Union and the United States of America/ The interaction of the World Trade Organisation and the EU in the dispute over growth hormoneSupervisorDavid Gooding and A BeaulieuDepartmentScience Studies Centre