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Tue Mar 3, 2015

HPS Reading Group

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Location: 107 Pasquerilla Center

Evidence Based Medicine. Discussion led by Lane DesAutels…

Mon Mar 16, 2015

Tue Mar 17, 2015

Fri Mar 20, 2015

Reilly Center Keynote Lecture - Ryan Calo. The Past, Present, and Future of Robotic Regulation

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Location: McKenna Hall Auditorium

Keynote Lecture, Reilly 30th Anniversary Conference
Ryan Calo, UW School of Law

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The Past, Present, and Future of Robotic Regulation

Robots have been with us for some time, largely hidden away from daily life. Today robots are leaving the factory and the battlefield and entering our hospitals, hotels, highways, and skies. This talk addresses how the law has addressed robots in the past, how the law is addressing drones, driverless cars, and other robots today, and how law and legal institutions might address this transformative technology going forward.…

Sat Mar 21, 2015

Conference: Reilly Center 30th Anniversary Celebration

Location: McKenna Hall

For more information on the conference, see reilly.nd.edu/reilly30

Saturday March 21

Morning – ND Conference Center (McKenna 100-104 confirmed for 8 AM-5 PM)

  • History of the Center and its mandate
  • The HPS Program
  • GLOBES Certificate in Environment and Society
  • Arts & Letters/Engineering Dual-Degree Undergraduate Program

Mon Mar 23, 2015

Kristin Intemann. “The tangled web of values and evidence in public health policy disagreements”

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Location: Malloy 200

Philosopher of science Kristen Intemann, from Montana State University, will be speaking at Kristin Shrader-Frechette's invitation, on Monday March 23, 2015 at 4:45 pm in Malloy 200.  All are welcome.

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“The tangled web of values and evidence in public health policy disagreements”

Thu Mar 26, 2015

Lawrence Principe, Professor of Chemistry and the Humanities, to Explore Myth of War Between Science and Religion

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Location: 140 DeBartolo Hall

Lawrence Principe, Professor of Chemistry and the Humanities, to Explore Myth of War Between Science and Religion

 

The College of Science, the History and Philosophy of Science Graduate Program, and the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study (NDIAS) are pleased to announce a jointly-sponsored public lecture by Lawrence Principe, Professor of Chemistry, Drew Professor of the Humanities, and Director of the Singleton Center for the Study of Premodern Europe at Johns Hopkins University, titled