Science has delivered untold good to humankind…from antibiotics to Wifi…but what about the bad and the ugly sides of scientific experimentation?
What ethical norms have been set aside in the name of ‘the greater good’? Join us for a look back in history at some of the darker sides of science and whether the ends always justified the means.
Ticket price includes a light breakfast.
Paul Willis' life has centred around telling stories for science, which has seen him on television across the country with the ABC and acting as Director at the Royal Institution...View Profile
Niamh Nic Daéid is Director of the Leverhulme Research Centre for Forensic Science—a 10-year, £10million centre aiming to disrupt and reframe forensic science within the justice system. For over 24...View Profile
Andrew Crowden is a practical ethicist and bioethicist with extensive experience in clinical, research and organisational ethics. He is Associate Professor in Philosophy at University of Queensland's School of Historical...View Profile
Eleanor Milligan is a Professor and Deputy Dean of Clinical Education at Griffith University Health Group. She is also Chair of Griffith University's Human Research Ethics committee and has substantial...View Profile
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