University of Calgary June 7-9, 2013: Workshop on the interplay of objects, theories and artefacts in medical representations and interventions.
Where is the Laboratory now?
“Representation”, “Intervention” and “Realism” in 19th and 20th Century Biomedical Sciences
June 7-9, 2013
Kananaskis, Biological Field Station of the University of Calgary
U. Calgary: Dr. Steve Sturdy, Head of Science, Technology and Innovation Studies at the University of Edinburgh launches the "Where is the Laboratory Now?" workshop.
What's New about Translational Medicine?
Dr. Steve Sturdy, Head of Science, Technology and Innovation Studies at the University of Edinburgh
Th. June 6, 2013 3:30pm
G500, HSC, Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary
Reception to follow
York University May 3-4, 2013: Conference exploring materiality as historical object, intellectual resource, and scholarly expression.
Materiality: Objects and Idioms in Historical Studies of Science and Technology
May 3-4, 2013
Theme(s): Material Culture and Scientific/Technological Practices
Website with latest information available here.
Time of Physics, Time of Art
Peter Galison, Harvard University
May 2 2013, 4:30pm
U. King's College: The Halifax Independent Filmmaker's Festival launches again with a screening of the first Soviet Science Fiction film with live music.
Come to the event of the year. Aelita: Queen of Mars has landed!
The Halifax Independent Filmmaker's Festival launches with a special live musical screening of the first Soviet science fiction film. The group of live musicians includes a traditional theremin player!
AELITA: QUEEN OF MARS
Sat. April 6, 2013 7 PM
Alumni Hall, New Academic Building, University of King’s College
UBC: Evelyn Fox Keller, History and Philosophy of Science, MIT presents for the UBC STS series.
What Kind of Divide Separates Biology from Culture?
Evelyn Fox Keller, History and Philosophy of Science, MIT
April 4 2013 5pm (refreshments at 4:30)
Room 130, Liu Institute, 6476 NW Marine DrivePresented with the Science and Society Series at Green College
U of A: Dr. Keller, MIT, answers the question: Are there scientific revolutions in biology?
Dr. Keller visits U. Alberta as part of her travels as the Cluster Visiting Scholar.
Video available HERE:
Dr. Keller will speak at 4 pm in the Engineering and Technology Learning Centre, room 1-017d. There will be a reception directly after the talk.