Tag Archives: Christine Aicardi

Science Meets Science-Fiction – with Dr Christine Aicardi June 13th 6:30-8 pm

Dr Christine Aicardi, Foresight Lab of the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine at King’s, and SciFi authors Pippa Goldschmidt, Stephen Oram and Geoff Ryman, have collaborated with scientists in the Department of Developmental Neurobiology and the Department of Twin … Continue reading

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Sci-fi and robotics event Bristol Festival of Literature, 29 October 2016

Researchers Michael Reinsborough and Christine Aicardi from the Foresight laboratory of the Human Brain Project and SciFi authors Sarah LeFanu, Stephen Oram, Allen Ashley and Jule Owen have worked with Professor Alan Winfield and the Bristol Robotics Laboratory to bring you three … Continue reading

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Read new blogpost by Dr Christine Aicardi: was Francis Crick’s scientific career just a fortuitous, multi-stop flight away from routine and boredom?

In this blogpost, originally published on Wellcome Trust blog here, GHSM Dr Christine Aicardi tells us how she came to the conclusion that there may have been one underlying motivation for all of Crick’s research choices across different scientific fields. Although … Continue reading

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TODAY Seminar with Liz Dzeng ““The Influence of Hospital Culture and Policies on Do-Not-Resuscitate Decision-Making at the End of Life”.

We are delighted to announce a BIOS+ Research Seminar with Elizabeth (Liz) Dzeng, MD, PhD, MPH (http://profiles.ucsf.edu/elizabeth.dzeng). When: Thursday May 5th 2016, 4 to 530 pm Where: SW1.17 (East Wing, Somerset House, entrance from Dickson Poon School of Law) Liz will … Continue reading

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