On 11-12 December, the Postgraduate Forum on Genetics and Society — set up ten years ago to “bring together researchers interested in how biosciences and society(s) intersect” — organizes a colloquium at Lancaster University on the theme ‘Social and biosciences – a critical collaboration’. Keynote speech from Steve Sturdy (Genomics Forum Deputy Director), panel session with Richard Tutton (Lancaster), Niall Scott (Uclan) and Adam Hedgecoe (Sussex), and presentations by Paul Oldham and Dita Wickins-Drazilova (both Lancaster). They’re expecting student presentations too (deadline for abstracts is 7 November). Read more about the Forum and the December meeting here: http://www.pfgs.org/.

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