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James Poskett, ‘Horizons: a global history of science,' 24th March 2023: 1.30pm

We are told that modern science was invented in Europe, the product of great minds like Nicolaus Copernicus, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin and Albert Einstein. But this is wrong. Science is not, and has never been, a uniquely European endeavour.

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Call for Papers: Framing Ageing Symposium: One-day workshop for early career scholars, Queen’s University Belfast, Wednesday 14 December 2022

The Framing Ageing network brings together an international group of geriatricians, gerontologists, humanities researchers, social scientists and practitioners and, in collaboration with the Science and Culture Research Group and the ARK Ageing Programme, will host a symposium on this timely theme. With a keynote address from Dr Hannah Zeilig and contributions from Professor Des O'Neill and Dr Gemma Carney, this event offers rich terrain for interdisciplinary exchange.

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The Science and Culture Research Group formally launched at the British Society for the History of Science Annual Conference which was hosted at Queen’s University Belfast from 20-23 July 2022.