Queens' College - Undergraduates

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A Small Problem? The Bioethics of Nanotechnology

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Four speakers present their perspectives on nanotechnology, exploring the current technology and the bioethical issues surrounding future applications and developments.

Collection: Chemical Society

Institution: Queens' College - Undergraduates

Created: Mon 12 Jan 2009


Can We Blame Our Brains? Neuroscience in the Courtroom

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Four speakers present their views on whether neuroscience can and should be used as evidence in the courtroom. When is it applicable and how much can it tell us about who we are...

Collection: The Triple Helix

Institution: Queens' College - Undergraduates

Created: Mon 12 Jan 2009


Can We Open Source Everything? The Future of the Open Philosophy

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Four speakers present their experience and ideas about how the open source philosophy can be applied to different areas of life.

Collection: The Triple Helix

Institution: Queens' College - Undergraduates

Created: Mon 12 Jan 2009


"Child Survival: Where and Why are Children Dying?" Robert Hingley

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Robert Hingley, trustee of Save the Children talks on Child Survival across the world and Save the Children's efforts to ameliorate the situation.

Collection: Cambridge University International Development (CUiD)

Institution: Queens' College - Undergraduates

Created: Thu 29 Jan 2009


China: The Challenges of Development

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Sir Christopher Hum KCMG is currently Master of Caius College. He was previously Her Majesty's Ambassador to the People's Republic of China, his final posting in a foreign office...

Collection: Cambridge University International Development (CUiD)

Institution: Queens' College - Undergraduates

Created: Tue 17 Feb 2009


International Development: A Historical Perspective from Cambridge

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The Keynote Address for the special 800th Anniversary Edition Launch of Vision, CUiD's termly magazine. Professor Hart is the author of "Memory Bank" and former head of the...

Collection: Cambridge University International Development (CUiD)

Institution: Queens' College - Undergraduates

Created: Sun 1 Mar 2009


Our Virtual Selves: How Do We Behave on the Web?

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Three speakers present their points of view on how we behave on the web and what that means for society.

Collection: The Triple Helix

Institution: Queens' College - Undergraduates

Created: Mon 12 Jan 2009


The Development of Institutions and the Institutions of Development

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A talk by Professor Kunal Sen, the Manchester Academic on the role of Institutions in International Development.

Collection: Cambridge University International Development (CUiD)

Institution: Queens' College - Undergraduates

Created: Sat 28 Feb 2009


The Third Humanitarian Centre Annual Lecture

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The Humanitarian Centre Third Annual Lecture given by Jane Cocking, Humanitarian Director, Oxfam.

Collection: Cambridge University International Development (CUiD)

Institution: Queens' College - Undergraduates

Created: Thu 28 May 2009


Whose World is it Anyway? Humanitarian Debates and Dilemmas

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Jane Cocking, Humanitarian Director, Oxfam addresses the Third Humanitarian Centre Annual Lecture on current debates and dilemmas in international relief and development.

Collection: Cambridge University International Development (CUiD)

Institution: Queens' College - Undergraduates

Created: Mon 27 Apr 2009


Who Wants to Live Forever? Exploring the Impact of Extreme Ageing

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Four speakers talk about their views on extreme life extension research. From the science to the sociology, they ask whether we should try to live forever

Collection: The Triple Helix

Institution: Queens' College - Undergraduates

Created: Mon 12 Jan 2009


Will Feeding the World Kill the Planet?

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Four speakers present their views on how we can feed the growing global population and whether available options will harm the planet. This explores the role of science in solving...

Collection: Chemical Society

Institution: Queens' College - Undergraduates

Created: Mon 12 Jan 2009