Trust in Science, an interdisciplinary workshop, will bring together leaders in broadcasting, journalism, and museology with scientists and scholars from the social sciences and humanities who are engaged in the study of science and technology.
Sessions include: Clinical Trials and the Pharmaceutical Industry; Publicizing Science, and its Effects; Public Controversies and the Distribution of Expertise; Who to Trust on Climate Change; and Museums and the Public Trust.
The workshop will be held October 15-16th, 2007 at Toronto’s CBC Conference Centre. The entrance to the conference centre is located at 25 John Street. Events open to the public will also take place each evening at the CBC in the Glen Gould Theatre.
There is no registration fee for attending the workshop, but you must register in order to attend. To register for the workshop, please email Bessie Goldberg at: Bessie@yorku.ca.
Include your name, email address, mailing address, phone numbers, and institutional affiliation.
The deadline for registering is September 20th, 2007. However registration will be limited to the first 75 registrants.
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