Events

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A free online event showcasing SGR's recent research, campaigning and educational activities on responsible science for climate action, plus keynote presentation from Dr. Lewis Akenji, Director of the Hot or Cool Institute.

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Dr Stuart Parkinson, SGR, highlights the rapidly increasing military involvement at UK universities, especially as part of the government's 'Global Britain' agenda.

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Dr Philip Webber, SGR, compares funding for nuclear weapons with funding for tackling climate change, using the UK as an example.

 

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Recovering from Covid-19, will responsible science and technology be tools of rapid change?

Part II: Responsible technology and the climate emergency

SGR webinar and AGM

Presentations are now available to view and/or download!

 

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Recovering from Covid-19, will responsible science and technology be tools of rapid change?

Part I: Responsible science and the climate emergency

SGR webinar

Presentations are now available to view or download!

 

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Should scientists adapt their work and lifestyles responsibly to align with the 1.5 degree climate change target, to set an example for change in wider society?

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Talk by Dr Stuart Parkinson, Executive Director of SGR, in London, UK.

Dr Parkinson discussed the large but neglected carbon emissions of the UK and the world's militaries.

Powerpoint slides are now available.

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Dr Stuart Parkinson gave the sixth annual Bristol Quaker Peace Lecture. He examined how society uses and misuses science and technology - and highlighted ways in which we can reshape our relationship with these powerful forces to help bring about a more secure and sustainable society.

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Is artificial intelligence evolving quicker than the regulation to manage it? Are we sufficiently able to imagine what major problems may emerge, and can it even be effectively regulated?

Conference outputs are now available to download!

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The third Martin Ryle lecture, organised by the Martin Ryle Trust and Conway Hall Ethical Society at Conway Hall.

Sir Paul Nurse spoke on the cultural and practical significance of scientific research.