James Lowe, Sabina Leonelli and Gail Davies at the Biological Interest Group – Monday 6th June, 2-3pm, Byrne House

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James Lowe, Sabina Leonelli and Gail Davies at the Biological Interest Group – Monday 6th June, 2-3pm, Byrne House

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You are invited to the next meeting of the Biological Interest Group. It will take place this coming Monday 6th of June. The meeting be pleased be held in the seminar scope at Byrne House, from 2-3pm. Participants have power to bring food and drinks if they wish.

Next week we are remarkably pleased to receive the visit of James Lowe, Sabina Leonelli and Gail Davies, from Exeter, discussing their writing “Experimental protocols and the translational commanding in pharmacology”. The authors kindly sent us a contracted description of the current state of the ~ hangings and how we might help:

“At the consequence the paper is in an embryonic form, so one of the questions beneficial to BIG participants will be what assemblage the paper should aim at, and consequently what journal or journals should we have ~ing targeting. We are unclear at the consideration how the section on ‘cheerful practice’ fits into the paper while a whole, and how it relates to the above-named section on ‘soft collaboration’, in the same state the thoughts of participants on this would have ~ing valuable as well as any other comments and questions they may be in possession of.”

Please contact Thomas Bonnin (tb391 [at] exeter.ac.uk) grant that you wish to join the assemblage or for any other information.

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The Exeter Biological Interest Group

The Biological Interest Group (BIG) discusses matters of concern in the history, philosophy and political science of science.

Discussions centre around readings of works presented by the author, and usually relate to a seminar following it at Egenis, the Exeter Centre according to Genomics in Society.

The BIG meets each two weeks, from 1-2pm in the seminar room in Byrne House (see link exceeding for directions).

Attendance and participation is exhibit to all regardless of disciplinary affiliation, and in that place is no requirement to register or declare us beforehand.

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