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JOB VACANCY ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

November 23, 2011

The Faraday Institute, based at St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge University, is a leading research centre and think-tank on science and

The Faraday Institute, based at St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge University, is a leading research centre and think-tank on science and religion. The Institute is now seeking a senior academic to take up the post of Associate Director during 2012. The position involves research, administration and grant-writing. The Associate Director must be in full agreement with the aims and ethos of the Institute. The full-time post may be available half-time to an applicant with other prior research commitments. The remuneration package will be commensurate with the seniority and responsibilities of the position.

Applications quoting Position FP2/7 should include a c/v, naming three referees, together with a covering letter summarising the relevance of the applicant’s background and experience for this position. Applications (preferably by e-mail) should be sent to: The Faraday Institute Administrator, Mrs Polly Stanton, St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge, CB3 0BN, UK [ps400@cam.ac.uk] by 31st January 2012. A job description may also be requested from Mrs Stanton.

A pdf of this text is available here.

Faraday Institute Events in India

October 20, 2011

At the beginning of October, the Faraday Institute’s Director, Dr Denis Alexander, and Course Director, the Revd Dr Rodney Holder,

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At the beginning of October, the Faraday Institute’s Director, Dr Denis Alexander, and Course Director, the Revd Dr Rodney Holder, travelled to India to lecture on science and religion in two very different contexts. Along with Professor Ross McKenzie, Professor of Physics at the University of Queensland, Australia, they delivered a course module of 12 lectures on ‘Science, Religion and Apologetics’ to Masters degree students at the South Asia Institute of Advanced Christian Studies (SAIACS), Bangalore. They then lectured at a day seminar entitled ‘When Science Knocks on Heaven’s Doors’ for members of the Indian Institutes of Science and local churches.

The three speakers then travelled to Kerala to deliver three lectures each at an ‘International Course on Science and Religious Beliefs’, carried out in collaboration with the Higher Education Commission (HEC) of the Mar Thoma Church. At this course two lectures were also delivered by Professor Babu Joseph, former Professor of Physics and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cochin. The venue was the idyllic location of the Shanthigiri Ashram, Aluva, Cochin. The team was greeted by the Metropolitan and Suffragan Metropolitan of the Mar Thoma Church, and was also treated to a cultural evening of traditional Kathakali dance. The course was organized in Kerala by Prof George Varghese, assisted by Prof. Roys P. David, both alumni of Faraday courses in Cambridge.
During the two weeks in India, the Faraday-sponsored team explored many significant areas of interaction between science and religion, covering such topics as scientific and theological epistemology, critical realism, the historical relationship between science and theology, cosmology, biological evolution, prayer, emergence and eschatology.

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Lecturing at SAIACS

Cultural evening at the Ashram

Felicitations and gifts from the Mar Thoma Church

Job Vacancy - Neurology Post-Doctoral Research Associate

September 22, 2011

A 36-month fixed term contract has become available for a Research Associate to carry out a project sponsored by the

A 36-month fixed term contract has become available for a Research Associate to carry out a project sponsored by the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge [www.faraday-institute.org]. The research associate will conduct a study into the religious beliefs, behaviours and practices of people with various neurological diseases, under the supervision of Dr Alasdair Coles (University of Cambridge http://www.neuroscience.cam.ac.uk/directory/profile.php?Alcool), with whom the Associate will be based.

The successful candidate will have a university degree in a relevant biological science, ideally involving neuroscience and psychology. It is likely that the successful candidate will have a PhD in the neurosciences or psychology, but exceptionally we would consider offering this post to a PhD student.  The applicant must be in agreement with the ethos and aims of The Faraday Institute. The salary will be up to £27,478 per annum, depending on qualifications and experience, plus benefits.

Applications quoting Position FP2/2 should include a c/v, naming three referees, together with a covering letter summarising the relevance of the applicant’s background and experience for this position. Applications (preferably by e-mail) should be sent to: The Faraday Institute Administrator, Mrs Polly Stanton, St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge, CB3 0BN, UK [ps400@cam.ac.uk] by Tuesday 1st November 2011. A job description may also be requested from Mrs Stanton.  Interviews will be held in early November.

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Job Vacancy - Post-Doctoral Research Associate

September 22, 2011

A post-doctoral Research Associate position has become available at the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge

A post-doctoral Research Associate position has become available at the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge [www.faraday-institute.org]. The post involves working with Prof. John Wood [Imperial College, London] on a project entitled “Restoring Spiritual Values to European Research”. The overall object is to compare the current status of the European Research Area and its underlying values with those of the founders of the concept of European partnership, with particular reference to religious values.

The successful candidate will have independent research experience and an interest in international research policy and outcomes, and must be in agreement with the ethos and aims of The Faraday Institute. The salary for this three-year position will be up to £32,161 per annum, depending on qualifications and experience, plus benefits.

Applications quoting Position FP2/6 should include a c/v, naming three referees, together with a covering letter summarising the relevance of the applicant’s background and experience for this position. Applications (preferably by e-mail) should be sent to: The Faraday Institute Administrator, Mrs Polly Stanton, St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge, CB3 0BN, UK [ps400@cam.ac.uk] by Tuesday 1st November 2011. A job description may also be requested from Mrs Stanton. Interviews will be held in early November.

A pdf of this text is available here.

 

New Grants Programme Open - Uses and Abuses of Biology

August 31, 2011

The new Faraday Institute Grants Programme, the Uses and Abuses of Biology, is now accepting applications for funding.  Academics from

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The new Faraday Institute Grants Programme, the Uses and Abuses of Biology, is now accepting applications for funding.  Academics from any university in the world are invited to apply by 31st October 2011. 

The aim of the interdisciplinary Programme is to investigate contemporary non-scientific uses and abuses of biological thought (beneficial, benign or negative) in the domains of philosophy, the social sciences, the media, religion and politics.

Further details and applications forms are available at www.uabgrants.org and on the attached poster.

Director on Australian Radio

August 30, 2011

Denis Alexander participated in a discussion on Sunday 28th August for Australian local radio on the current state of the

Denis Alexander participated in a discussion on Sunday 28th August for Australian local radio on the current state of the science-religion discourse.  You can listen to a recording here (48 mins).

Faraday PhD Bursaries Now Available

July 18, 2011

FARADAY PhD STUDENT BURSARIES The Faraday Institute is offering up to three PhD student bursaries to be taken up within a

FARADAY PhD STUDENT BURSARIES

The Faraday Institute is offering up to three PhD student bursaries to be taken up within a UK University during the academic year 2011-2012. Bursaries are a maximum of £3500 per annum and are renewable on an annual basis up to a maximum of three years in total, dependent on performance and outputs. The research topic under investigation must be within the domain of science and religion.

Those who receive a bursary are expected to attend at least one Faraday Course, payable by the Institute, and to present their research findings at a Faraday staff meeting in Cambridge at some point during their bursary year.

Applications should include a c/v containing the names of three referees, one of whom should be the PhD supervisor, a summary (1-2 pages) of the research project and a covering letter explaining how the project fits with the aims and ethos of The Faraday Institute. Please send applications to Mrs Polly Stanton at ps400@cam.ac.uk by Friday 5th August. It is possible that applicants may be called to Cambridge for interview.
 

New book by Director - The Language of Genetics

June 23, 2011

The Language of Genetics, by Dr Denis Alexander is now available from the Faraday Institute Shop, for only £12 (RRP

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The Language of Genetics, by Dr Denis Alexander is now available from the Faraday Institute Shop, for only £12 (RRP £24.99).  For more information, and to buy the book, click here.

Launch of Advisory Board member Sir Colin Humphrey's new book

June 21, 2011

Professor Sir Colin Humphreys will launch his new book at Heffers Book Shop, Trinity Street, Cambridge, CB2 on Thursday 23rd

Professor Sir Colin Humphreys will launch his new book at Heffers Book Shop, Trinity Street, Cambridge, CB2 on Thursday 23rd June at 6.30pm.  He will give a brief introduction to his book and refreshments will be served.  More information about his new book can be found here.  All are welcome to the book launch - if you would like to come, please let Prof. Humpreys know (cjh1001@cam.ac.uk) so that enough refreshments can be provided.

Research Associate Ruth Bancewicz on Channel 4 TV

June 14, 2011

The question of the week on Channel 4's "4thoughtTV" slot last week was "Can we believe in God

The question of the week on Channel 4's "4thoughtTV" slot last week was "Can we believe in God and Darwin?", and Dr Ruth Bancewicz was one of the contributors, arguing that belief in evolution is perfectly compatible with belief in a Creator God. 

Click here to watch the 2 minute video.

JOB VACANCY - BIOLOGY RESEARCH/GRANTS COORDINATOR

June 8, 2011

A 42-month fixed term contract has become available for a Grants Coordinator to be based at the Faraday Institute for

A 42-month fixed term contract has become available for a Grants Coordinator to be based at the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge [www.faraday-institute.org]. The Coordinator’s time will be 50% in the administration of the international ‘Uses and Abuses of Biology’ grants programme, and 50% in literature-based research on the topic of human behavioural variation in relation to genomic variation.

The successful candidate will have a university degree in a relevant biological science and will have proven organisational and administrative skills. The applicant must be in agreement with the ethos and aims of The Faraday Institute. The salary will be up to £28,444 per annum, depending on qualifications and experience, plus benefits.

Applications quoting Position UAB/2 should include a c/v, naming three referees, together with a covering letter summarising the relevance of the applicant’s background and experience for this position. Applications (preferably by e-mail) should be sent to: The Faraday Institute Administrator, Mrs Polly Stanton, St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge, CB3 0BN, UK [ps400@cam.ac.uk] by 4th July. A job description may also be requested from Mrs Stanton.  Interviews will be held in early July and the appointment will be made as soon after interview as possible.

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JOB VACANCY FOR FARADAY DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

May 16, 2011

A Development Officer position has become available at the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge [www.faraday-institute.org].

A Development Officer position has become available at the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge [www.faraday-institute.org]. The successful candidate, who will be based at the Institute, will have significant experience in obtaining grants from foundations and major donors, as well as development of donor data-bases. The Development Officer must be in agreement with the ethos and aims of The Faraday Institute. The salary for this half-time three-year position will be up to £33,783 per annum pro-rata, depending on qualifications and experience, plus benefits.

Applications quoting Position FP2/2 should include a c/v, naming three referees, together with a covering letter summarising the relevance of the applicant’s background and experience for this position. Applications (preferably by e-mail) should be sent to: The Faraday Institute Administrator, Mrs Polly Stanton, St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge, CB3 0BN, UK [ps400@cam.ac.uk] by 27th June. A job description may also be requested from Mrs Stanton. 
  
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JOB VACANCY - EXTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER

May 13, 2011

EXTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER An External Communications Officer position has become available at the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, St. Edmund’s

EXTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER

An External Communications Officer position has become available at the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge. The post involves overall responsibility in the communication of the events, activities and outputs of the Institute to the external world, particularly via the media.

The successful candidate will have relevant background experience and must be in agreement with the ethos and aims of The Faraday Institute. The salary for this three-year position will be up to £33,783 per annum, depending on qualifications and experience, plus benefits.

Applications quoting Position FP2/1 should include a c/v, naming three referees, together with a covering letter summarising the relevance of the applicant’s background and experience for this position. Applications (preferably by e-mail) should be sent to: The Faraday Institute Administrator, Mrs Polly Stanton, St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge, CB3 0BN, UK [ps400@cam.ac.uk] by 27th June. A Job Description may also be requested from Mrs Stanton.

A pdf of this text is available here.

  


   
 

Let Newton Be! Canada/US Tour

May 6, 2011

LET NEWTON BE! IN CANADA AND THE US April 2011 The second half of the international tour of Let Newton Be! took

LET NEWTON BE! IN CANADA AND THE US

April 2011


The second half of the international tour of Let Newton Be! took the cast and crew across the Atlantic to Canada and the United States for a run of eight shows in seventeen days. 

The two performances in Canada, at the University of Toronto on the 13th April and the University of Waterloo on the 15th, were very well received. 

Moving to the United States, the show at the University of Indiana on the 17th was hosted by Professor Bill Newman, in charge of a project to put all of Newton's alchemical writing online, and who also moderated an illuminating post-show discussion.

The next date was at Notre Dame on the 19th April, hosted by the History of Science Society under Jay Malone.  Professor Katherine Brading moderated an after-show discussion which featured Professor Rob Illiffe of The Newton Project and Professor Zvi Biener from the University of Western Michigan, and was followed by a coffee and cake reception.  The venue was the impressive 19th century Washington Hall, home to the Notre Dame ghost of George “The Gipper” Gip, an American Football player who died a tragic early death in 1920.

The largest and most diverse audience came at the next show on the 21st April, at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego. It was introduced by the Provost, Kerry Fulcher, and was greatly enjoyed by a mix of people drawn from the university and the local community. 

A performance at New York University’s Gallatin School followed on the 27th April, hosted by Professor Myles Jackson.  This performance was attended by a large group of staff from the Templeton Foundation (which supported the tour with generous funding), and including Dr Jack Templeton himself.  Dr Templeton engaged Professor Jackson with some theological, philosophical and speculative questions during another lively and stimulating discussion after the performance.

The tour came to an end in Boston, very much on a high.  The final performances on the 29th and 30th April were co-sponsored by the Harvard University Department of History of Science (Professor Janet Browne), and the Boston University Center for the Philosophy and History of Science (Professor Alisa Bokulich).  Both were very well received.
 
The show itself grew steadily throughout the tour, ending even stronger – theatrically and intellectually – than it had begun.  Whether this success will inspire another run, only time will tell.  For now, at least, we must let Let Newton Be! be.

JOB VACANCY - POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE

April 19, 2011

THE FARADAY INSTITUTE, CAMBRIDGE POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE A 42-month fixed term contract has become available for a Grants Coordinator to be based

THE FARADAY INSTITUTE, CAMBRIDGE

POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE

A 42-month fixed term contract has become available for a Grants Coordinator to be based at The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge. The Coordinator’s time will be 50% in the administration of the international ‘Uses and Abuses of Biology’ grants programme, and 50% in research on the topic of human behavioural variation in relation to genomic variation.

The successful candidate will have a PhD in a relevant biological science and will have proven organisational and administrative skills. The applicant must be in agreement with the ethos and aims of The Faraday Institute. The salary will be up to £28,444 per annum, depending on qualifications and experience, plus benefits.

Applications quoting Position UAB/1 should include a c/v, naming three referees, together with a covering letter summarising the relevance of the applicant’s background and experience for this position. Applications (preferably by e-mail) should be sent to: The Faraday Institute Administrator, Mrs Polly Stanton, St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge, CB3 0BN, UK [ps400@cam.ac.uk] by 27th May 2011. A job description may also be requested from Mrs Stanton.  Interviews will be held in early June and the appointment will be made as soon after interview as possible.


St Edmund's College is a registered charity, number 1137454

A pdf of this text is available here.
 

Let Newton Be! Reviewed In Nature

April 18, 2011

Philip Ball's review of the Faraday-sponsored play Let Newton Be! in the journal Nature is available here.

Philip Ball's review of the Faraday-sponsored play Let Newton Be! in the journal Nature is available here.

Successful Lemaitre Conference At Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, 7th-10th April

April 11, 2011

The conference to celebrate the 80th anniversary of Georges Lemaître's seminal proposal of the 'Primeval Atom' model of the universe

The conference to celebrate the 80th anniversary of Georges Lemaître's seminal proposal of the 'Primeval Atom' model of the universe (now known as the Big Bang theory) took place last week at Sidney Sussex College.

Thursday night's opening dinner was attended by Dr Jack Templeton, President of the Templeton Foundation, as well as by Lord Martin Rees, winner of this year's Templeton Prize, who addressed the assembled delgates with a sparkling survey of the current state of cosmological and astronomical research. 

The following three days included lectures on every aspect of Lemaitre's life, work and legacy, and these talks will soon be available to view from the multimedia section of our website.

Above (L to R): Dr Jack Templeton, Prof Michael Heller, Lord Martin Rees, Rev Dr John Polkinghorne, Prof George Ellis (all shown are Templeton Prize winners)

Above: Lord Martin Rees during his opening conference address

Lord Martin Rees FRS Wins 2011 Templeton Prize

April 6, 2011

The Faraday Institute would like to congratulate Lord Martin Rees FRS on winning the 2011 Templeton Prize announced today (6th

The Faraday Institute would like to congratulate Lord Martin Rees FRS on winning the 2011 Templeton Prize announced today (6th April). Lord Rees, Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, and until recently President of The Royal Society, has made seminal discoveries in the area of cosmology and the anthropic fine-tuning of the physical constants that characterise our universe. Lord Rees is also an influential voice in the public understanding of science and its role in society. 

Lord Rees has recently been involved in various events organised by The Faraday Institute – contributing to a panel discussion following a production of ‘Let Newton Be!’ at The Royal Society on 28th March and giving the opening talk at the Georges Lemaître Anniversary Conference on 7th April.
 

LET NEWTON BE! At the Royal Society

March 31, 2011

On the evening of Monday 28th March at London's Royal Society, an audience of some 120 was treated to a

On the evening of Monday 28th March at London's Royal Society, an audience of some 120 was treated to a virtuoso performance of Craig Baxter's innovative play on science and theology in the life of Isaac Newton, Let Newton Be!

Produced by the Menagerie theatre company, commissioned by The Faraday Institute, and with sponsorship from The Order Project, the performance was warmly received as an original and effective means of bringing to life one of the history of science's greatest figures.  The location was particularly appropriate, being the buildings of the society of which Newton was himself president between 1703 and 1727, and attended by both the previous and current presidents, Lord Martin Rees and Sir Paul Nurse respectively.

The show was followed by an illuminating panel discussion during which four distinguished experts gave their thoughts on various aspects of Newton's life and legacy, namely: Prof Rob Iliffe, Prof John Hedley Brooke, Lord Martin Rees and Prof John Barrow.

A flavour of the event can be discerned from the photographs below, from this review by Prof Rob Iliffe published in the Times Higher Education, and also from this review by Margaret Harris in Physics World.

Above - The actors: William Finkenrath as Newton, David Meyer as Sir Issac, and Kate Malyon as Little Isack

Above and below - The panel discussion: Prof John Barrow, Lord Martin Rees, Dr Denis Alexander (chair), Prof John Hedley Brooke, Prof Rob Iliffe

 

Below - the audience

Prof Bob White at Lincoln on Global Warming Challenge

March 21, 2011

On Friday 11th March Associate Director Prof Bob White spoke to nearly 250 people at the University of Lincoln on

On Friday 11th March Associate Director Prof Bob White spoke to nearly 250 people at the University of Lincoln on "Climate Change: the Scientific, Ethical and Moral Issues", and a full report on the event can be read here

Outlining the overwhelming scientific evidence which suggests that human activity is responsible for the current rapid warming of the earth's atmosphere, Prof White also presented a biblically-informed ethical response.  The lecture was extremely well received, prompting many questions and ongoing discussion.

Enhancement Experts Interviewed on Radio Cambs

March 21, 2011

Dr Pete Moore, Lecturer in Ethics at Trinity College Bristol, and Dr Anders Sandberg, Research Fellow at the Future of

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Dr Pete Moore, Lecturer in Ethics at Trinity College Bristol, and Dr Anders Sandberg, Research Fellow at the Future of Humanity Institute at Oxford University, were interviewed on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire's on Sunday 20th March ahead of The Faraday Institute's panel discussion on Saturday 26th entitled "Human Enhancement: How Far Should We Go?". 

You can hear them speaking from 2:25:30 on the recording of the programme here.

Successful Launch of Let Newton Be!

March 21, 2011

Let Newton Be! Launch   The official launch of the 2011 UK and Canadian/US tour of Craig Baxter’s sparkling play Let Newton

Let Newton Be! Launch
 
The official launch of the 2011 UK and Canadian/US tour of Craig Baxter’s sparkling play Let Newton Be! took place in Downing College’s Howard Lecture Theatre on Friday 18th March, with particular support from Cambridge University Press.  Attended by a capacity audience of some 120 people, the wit and invention of a script composed entirely of the authentic words of Newton and his contemporaries shone through, ably delivered by the “three Newtons” (young, middle-aged and old) who share the stage throughout. 
 
Kate Malyon is outstanding as Little Isack, full of the endless curiosity of youth – in Newton’s case, somewhat more acute than the average teenager!  William Finkenrath plays Newton, the Cambridge student and Fellow, portraying expertly both his intellectual intensity and his religious preoccupations.  David Meyer is equally convincing as Sir Isaac, the revered elder statesman of British science, his performance exuding grandeur, authority and the confidence born of an exalted reputation. 
 
Under Patrick Morris’ energetic direction, and framed by a simple but ingenious set, these three fine figures play out an energetic and engaging drama, as Newton wrestles with himself throughout the course of a series of scientific problems, and his passionate theological convictions. 
 
The official launch was followed by two further well-attended shows on Saturday 19th March at the Cambridge Science Festival, and the play now travels to Colchester (22nd March), Grantham (23rd), Rugby (24th), Glasgow (26th), and London's Royal Society (28th), before moving over to the US and Canada for a performance in Toronto on 13th April.

First Faraday Papers in Spanish and in Thai

March 21, 2011

Faraday Paper No 3, "Models for Relating Science and Religion" by Denis Alexander, has just been posted on our website

Faraday Paper No 3, "Models for Relating Science and Religion" by Denis Alexander, has just been posted on our website in Thai.  Also the bilingual book of eight Faraday Papers in Spanish and English will be available soon from the online Faraday Shop.

Jennifer Wiseman on the BBC

March 7, 2011

Dr Jennifer Wiseman's Faraday Lecture on "Exoplanets, Life and Human Significance" was extremely well received by the full house  who

Dr Jennifer Wiseman's Faraday Lecture on "Exoplanets, Life and Human Significance" was extremely well received by the full house  who heard her speak, and has also come to the attention of the local and national press.  You can read a report on the BBC Cambridgeshire website here, and listen to her interview on Woman's Hour here

Dr Wiseman was also interviewed on BBC Radio Cambs' Sunday programme, and you can listen to this item here (2 hours 20 minutes through the show).

A video recording of her lecure is available under the "Multimedia" section of our website.

Death of Ernan McMullin 1924-2011

February 9, 2011

We are sad to announce the death of Ernan McMullin on Feb 8th in his home county of Donegal, Ireland.

We are sad to announce the death of Ernan McMullin on Feb 8th in his home county of Donegal, Ireland. Ernan McMullin was previously the O’Hara Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at the University of Notre Dame. An internationally respected philosopher of science, Prof. McMullin was also a specialist on the life and writings of Galileo (see his Faraday Paper No 15 on this topic).  Ernan McMullin was an Honorary Fellow of St. Edmund’s College and was a great friend and mentor of The Faraday Institute, either speaking at or attending all of our five Summer Courses since our founding in 2006. He will be sorely missed.

New blogs from the Director

January 4, 2011

Those interested in the question on of human identity in the context of evolution and genetics may be interested in

Those interested in the question on of human identity in the context of evolution and genetics may be interested in these recent blogs from the Director:

At Huffington Post:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-denis-alexander/human-genomics-and-human-_b_802978.html

At Biologos, a 4-part series starts at:
http://www.biologos.org/blog/models-for-relating-adam-and-eve-with-contemporary-anthropology-part-1/

Or the complete essay (containing the four separate blogs) may be down-loaded from:
http://biologos.org/uploads/projects/alexander_white_paper.pdf

Director's Interview on BBC Radio 3

January 4, 2011

The Director's 30 minute interview with Joan Bakewell in a series called ‘Belief’ was broadcast on BBC Radio 3 at

The Director's 30 minute interview with Joan Bakewell in a series called ‘Belief’ was broadcast on BBC Radio 3 at 9.00 p.m. on 29th December. If you move fast those within the UK have until Jan 5th to listen to the interview on BBC iPlayer at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00wlmjn.