Science in Public: Past, Present and Future
17 May 2016
Join a cross-disciplinary discussions on science, technology, medicine and the public
The annual Science in Public conference is an occasion for cross-disciplinary debate and discussion and a forum for sharing all work considering the relationships between science, technology, medicine and their multiple publics.
Scholars and practitioners attend from a wide range of specialisms related to science including, for example, science communication; history of science; science policy; geography; psychology; literature; social or cultural studies; public engagement; and the arts.
We have had a great range of papers submitted including work on science in mass media, museums; public engagement; popular science; science, publics and policy; and science in fictions, art and cinema.
The next event is Science in Public: Past, Present and Future at the University of Kent, Canterbury, from Wednesday, 13 to Friday, 15 July.
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Note: early bird rate ends Thursday, 20 May.