Applications are open for Faraday Institute Summer Course No. 2, held from 20 July to 2 August in St Edmund’s College, Cambridge.

The Summer course consists of 2 week-long units. Unit 1: Science, Humanity and Religion will cover topics including the rationality of science and religion, cosmology including the anthropic principle, ethical issues in the biosciences, and environmental concern. Unit 2: The Origins of Science and the Science of Origins will cover historical and philosophical perspectives, and issues raised by biology, including the theory of evolution, and by modern neuroscience.

The course speakers are experts in their field, drawn from across the world, including: Prof. John Hedley Brooke, Prof. Simon Conway Morris FRS, Prof. David Cook, Prof. Peter Harrison, Prof. Ernan McMullin, Revd Dr John Polkinghorne KBE FRS, Prof. Kenneth Miller, Prof. Bob White FRS.

Find out more on the Summer Course 2007 page.

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