Public thesis defence by Rixt Komduur
Science Café Wageningen about the interaction between genes, food, health and psychology, topics covered by Michael Müller and Hedwig te Molder.
This symposium will discuss how the diagnosis, care, and treatment of rare diseases can be improved by the coordination and centralization of efforts and resources.
2-day Brocher Symposium organized by CSG principal investigator Guido de Wert (Maastricht University)
Symposium by Health, Ethics and Society (HES, Maastricht University) and CSG Centre for Society and the Life Sciences
Lecture by Anthony Hollander, professor in Tissue Engineering and involved in the first culture and transplant of a trachea.
Workshop on the issues concerning the management of promises and expectations in life sciences
Solidarity: towards new solutions in the bioethics of biobanking; biosecurity; and health inequalities
Multidisciplinary Brocher Symposium, where experts from a range of academic disciplines as well as policy fields will discuss the application of solidarity in connection to a range of current..
Genetic Transparency. Ethical and social implications of next generation human genomics and genetic medicine
- New Application Deadline - Interdisciplinary workshop for young scholars in the fields of ethics, philosophy, social and political sciences, cultural, and disability studies, science & technology..
3-day Advanced European Bioethics Course with public keynote lecture by prof. Tsjalling Swierstra.
International workshop on the consequences of developments in genetics research for biology education.
Academic course on IPR's and their roles in research and innovation, for MA and PhD students
Studium Generale lecture by Koert van Mensvoort on the interaction between new technologies and society
This Brocher symposium brings together legal specialists in Data Protection and social science experts on direct to consumer genetic testing. It aims to inform discussions on all aspects of data..
Symposium preceding the thesis defense of Suzanne van Esch (VUmc) on this topic. With Cecile Janssens, Barend Middelkoop and Lidewij Henneman.
This workshop brings together biologists, philosophers, engineers and mathematicians interested in systems and synthetic biology, in order to discuss the central notion of evolvability.
Inaugural edition of the ESF Conference Series devoted to this topic. Registration now open.
European Parliament/STOA workshop to discuss EASAC/FEAM report on scientific evidence and policy regarding direct-to-consumer genetic testing.
2012 NCMLS New Frontiers symposium, with keynote lecture from Sydney Brenner (Nobel Prize laureate 2002)
Date: 22 Nov 2012 to 23 Nov 2012 Time: 09:00 to 17:00 hour Location:University of Twente, Enschede (NL)
Exploring the role of patient involvement as a way to enhance ethical reflection. Expert workshop.
The 12th and final edition of this networking event in life sciences is themed 'Communicating Science'
BBMRI-NL Annual Conference 2012
This symposium will consider the historic emergence of biotechnology, its potential future direction, and the global impact upon society and the economy.
Symposium on ethical issuues regarding the travelling across national borders for medical procedures.
The Second Cardiff International Genomics Conference takes place on 13 & 14 September 2012. Call for posters is open now.