STS Haldane Lectures
We launched the STS Haldane Lectures in 2014 in honour of UCL Professor JBS Haldane, a polymath not only in the life sciences but also in science communication and science policy. We aim to hold two STS Haldane Lectures each academic year, one in the general domain of History and Philosophy of Science; another, in the general domain of Science and Society.
These talks are free to attend and open to the academic community. See the STS events calendar for upcoming talks in the series (link). Haldane lectures normally are published as part of the STS Occasional Papers series (link).
Past Haldane Lectures
- Professor Ludmilla Jordanova (March 2017). "Institutions, Identities and Historical Practices in Science and Medicine."
- Professor Trevor Pinch (Postponed)
- Professor Maja Horst (May 2016). "Reframing Science Communication - Culture, Identity and Organizations"
- Professor Helen Longino (March 2016). "Underdetermination in Science: A Dirty Little Secret?"