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3D printing raises ethical issues in medicine

3D printing can offer great benefits in medicine, but it also raises a number of ethical questions as the technology develops, says Susan Dodds.
 

 

Geoengineering might work in a rational world … sadly we don’t live in one

Geoengineering might work in a rational world … sadly we don’t live in one

The publication of a hefty two-volume report on geoengineering by the US National Research Council represents a marked shift in the global debate over how to respond to global warming.
 

New survey finds Creationism in Britain has been overstated

Dr Amy Unsworth is a research fellow at the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, S. Edmund's College, Cambridge University. Over several months last year, she conducted a survey with Yougov to dig deeper into the question of people's attitudes to evolution in the U.K.

 

COSAC 2015 - Participants' Information


Participants' Information (you can also dowload the participants information here)

Time
Saturday 7 March: First session at 2pm (registration from 1pm)
Download the Draft Program for session details on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
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Prof Graeme Clark receives prestigious US Bioengineering award.

 Professor Graeme Clark AC from the University of Melbourne is the first Australian to receive the US Russ Prize for an outstanding achievement in bioengineering innovation that is in widespread use to improve health and well-being: the cochlear implant.

Beauty and Wonder in Science

A podcast from the Faraday Institute book club.  John Polkinghorne talks to Ruth Bancewicz on 'God in the Lab'.
 

 

 

Book: Who is to blame?: Disasters, Nature and Acts of God

Bob White, a geophysicist, tackles one of the biggest conundrums in Christian thinking. He combines a profound knowledge of the science behind natural processes with thorough research into their impact, and underpins it with a carefully reasoned theological response.

 

 

Unbelievable: why we believe and why we don't - Book Review

Review of Graham Ward's book, Unbelievable: why we believe and why we don't
Rowan Williams - Master of Magdalene College Cambridge, January 2015

 

 

BioLogos Annual Report

 BioLogos 2013 Annual Report is now availble for download. 
To download the report, visit the Biologos webite
here.

 

 

 

Executive Project Officer Fund

In order to get ISCAST to deliver on its mission, ISCAST has appointed Rev. Chris Mulherin to be our Executive Project Officer for one day a week (on average).

The challenge for 2015 is now before us. Thanks to generous donation from some of you, we have started the year on the front foot and we have a bit over $18K to go to reach our target! If only half of the ISCAST members paid $250, this sum would be covered comfortably.

 

 

 

 

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