Science touches every aspect of life – from how it begins and how it ends, to how it is lived in between. The same, of course, is true of religion. Looking the other way, every aspect of life touches science – from politics and power, to understanding the roots of creativity and communication. And the same, of course, is true of religion. This one-week course considers this rich interplay: how science, religion, medicine, and art mutually inform, illuminate, and enrich one another.
The course draws together expert speakers from across diverse disciplines to address these topics, though it does not assume that attendees have any formal training in any or all of the topics covered. Many of the speakers have a personal religious – often Christian – faith, though the talks are intended for those of any faith or none.
The course will be hosted in Lucy Cavendish College at the University of Cambridge, a short walk from the heart of historic Cambridge and the river Cam. Online participation, live streaming and catchup viewing will also be made available to support delegates in different timezones.
For further details, and to ensure a place on The Faraday Institute Summer Course 2024 in person or online, please visit our main registration page here.
Standard costs are as follows:
[Non-Residential]: Super Early Bird Ticket (deadline 29th Feburary) £645, Early Bird Ticket (deadline 30th April) £895, Standard Ticket (deadline 31st May) £1145 – [initial deposit £300]
Special rate B&B single accommodation for 5 nights: £355
Online-only rates: regular ticket £175, student ticket: £95.
Who can apply for a scholarship?
For those who are committed to engage fully with this course but are unable to afford the regular or student registration rates above, we aim to provide a small number of highly subsidised scholarship places by competitive application, details below.
Scholarships for online attendance
In the case of genuine financial hardship and/or those from low-cost-of-living countries, subsidised scholarship places for online-only attendance are provided at three price levels:
£45 (e.g. low-income early career professional, part-time student or unwaged)
£10 (strictly for low-cost-of-living countries only)
Payment is required at application. Applicants will be judged in competition on both merit and need. Successful applicants will be notified. Unsuccessful applicants will be refunded in full. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until places are filled. Apply early to avoid disappointment.
NOTE: Faraday scholarships and bursaries are awarded by open competition. The application procedure requires the submission of sufficient information to make assessment equitable. The Faraday Institute emphasises that it cannot engage in any discussion or correspondence about why a scholarship or bursary application is unsuccessful.
How to apply
To apply for a Faraday Scholarship place (online) you need to:
- Fill in the application form below and submit online with the required payment (no additional registration is required).
If you have any questions regarding scholarships please contact email@example.com