The Department of Science and Technology Studies (STS) at University College London (UCL) is keen to hear from students who wish to study for a philosophy of science PhD.

Members of staff who work in this area, and might be potential supervisors include:

  • Chiara Ambrosio. Philosophy of science, the relations between science and art in the 20th century, creativity studies, semiotics and the contemporary debate on representations of science
  • Brendan Clarke. History and philosophy of medicine, emphasis on causality in medicine
  • Andrew Gregory. Ancient and early modern science, the relation of magic and science
  • Emma Tobin. Philosophy of science, especially chemistry and biochemistry; metaphysics
  • Phyllis Illari. Philosophy of science, with research interests in causality and the philosophy of information

AHRC funding may be available, although the deadline for this year is approaching. The AHRC has restrictions on eligibility, details of which can be found either on the AHRC website or by contacting us.

Potential applicants should contact, at their earliest convenience:
Jon Agar [email protected]
Graduate Tutor

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