Pierre Delvenne awarded prize ‘Amis de l’université de Liège 2018’
Mar14

Pierre Delvenne awarded prize ‘Amis de l’université de Liège 2018’

Pierre Delvenne (Spiral, UlG) is awarded the prize of the ‘friends of UlG’ for his work on the bioeconomy. Congratulations! For more information on the prize and Pierre’s work, click here.

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Trudy Dehue lecture ‘Stel het wordt normaal om af te wijken’ – 11/3 Leuven
Mar05

Trudy Dehue lecture ‘Stel het wordt normaal om af te wijken’ – 11/3 Leuven

Trudy Dehue (Universiteit Groningen)  will give the 4th Health Humanities Lecture “Stel het wordt normaal om af te wijken” -, 11/03/2019, 14u, Kinepolis, Leuven. This is also the opening lecture of the disABILITY Filmfestival ‘Cobbles & STones’ March 11-15.This lecture will be held in Dutch. Everyone is welcome to attend, but registration is...

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Lab Seminar Steve Sturdy – Intellectual Property and Genomic Commons 21/3
Mar05

Lab Seminar Steve Sturdy – Intellectual Property and Genomic Commons 21/3

Steve Sturdy (University of Edinburgh) will visit Leuven to close the first Health Humanities Lecture Series. On March 21st (4-6pm) the Life Sciences and Society Lab organises a seminar in the Library Researcher’s Zone (SBIB) where we will discuss his work on intellectual property and genomic commons. Everyone is welcome to attend, but registration is required (via gert.meyers@kuleuven.be). More information can be found here: ...

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Joe Davis – Unification of Knowledge 18/03/2019 Antwerp
Mar04

Joe Davis – Unification of Knowledge 18/03/2019 Antwerp

Joe Davis is research affiliate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and artist-scientist in the laboratory of George Church at the Department of Genetics at Harvard University. His work was published and discussed in various books and magazines such as Nature. As a bioartist, he explores the boundaries (if there are any) between art & science, living up to the ideal image of how artists should be in the eyes of 1st...

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Researcher Social Sciences and Humanities – sustainable radwaste governance – SCK-CEN
Feb01

Researcher Social Sciences and Humanities – sustainable radwaste governance – SCK-CEN

Are you passionate about transdisciplinary research on science and society?  Are you eager to contribute to sustainability and responsible innovation? Does the nuclear field appeal to you as a fascinating domain for developing research on participatory risk governance? Then you could well be the person we are looking for. Our “Nuclear Science and Technology Studies” research group (NST) is hiring a new social scientist or humanities...

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