Stephen Harwood: Homeostasis: From Metaphor to Mechanism in the Tech–Human Relationship 

12.30-14.30, 3.11, Chrystal Macmillan Building

Stephen Harwood: Homeostasis: From Metaphor to Mechanism in the Tech–Human Relationship followed by discussion on Ross Ashby's Homeostasis paper from the Macy Conferences. 

Details and poster here https://twitter.com/FractaloidConvo/status/966839931271352321 - bookings via email to Vassilis.Galanos@ed.ac.uk

[Cybernetics Today Reading Group]

Kristin Hussey (Curator, RCPEd), ‘Secrets in the Blood: William Harvey, Royal College of Physicians and the Discovery of Circulation’

Edinburgh History of Medicine Group

When Wed, 28 February, 4:00pm – 5:30pm

Where Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, 9 Queen St, Edinburgh EH2 1JQ, UK (map)

Description Kristin Husse Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, 9 Queen St, Edinburgh EH2 1JQ, UKy (Curator, RCPEd), ‘Secrets in the Blood: William Harvey, Royal College of Physicians and the Discovery of Circulation’

Dr Philip Kay: The Effectiveness of The Early Roman Law of Contract for Bankers.  An Economic Historian’s View

Date: 16th March

Time 5.30pm to 7pm

Location: Neil MacCormick Room, DHT

[Law]

Title: The Effectiveness of The Early Roman Law of Contract for Bankers.  An Economic Historian’s View

Speaker: Dr Philip Kay is a Supernumerary Fellow of Wolfson College, University of Oxford

 

Abstract

 

Sam Beechener: Applying co-innovation to anticipate the scaling pathway in New Zealand's agri-food sector; Rosalind Attenborough: Stories from the “open science revolution”: how scientists talk about openness

PG Student Seminar Series
Institute for the Study of Science, Technology and Innovation

Friday 23rd February 2018, 12 noon - 1.30pm

Seminar Room 1.06, Old Surgeons' Hall

Applying co-innovation to anticipate the scaling pathway in New Zealand's agri-food sector

Sam Beechener (PhD Candidate, Land Economy, Environment & Society, SRUC)