Harry Collins on the case for gravitational waves

Posted on 31 March 2014 by Robert Evans

On 17 March, a team of radio astronomers working on an experiment based in the South Pole announced that they had discovered evidence of gravitational waves from the Big Bang. Harry Collins’ thoughts on what this result means for the scientists he has been studying are published on the University of Chicago Press website at:
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KES Programme (March 2014)

Posted on 7 March 2014 by Robert Evans

Here is the programme for the rest of March. Please note the late start on Friday 14. Fri 14 March at 2:30 pm: Interview Ethics: what respondents can and cannot do with transcripts and your interpretation of them. Fri 21 March: No KES Tue 25 March at 2:00 pm: STS teaching – what do MSc
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KES Programme (Jan / Feb 2014)

Posted on 29 January 2014 by Robert Evans

Here is the programme for next month or so. 24 Jan: Christian Bueger on Expertise, STS and International Relations 31 Jan: Andy Bartlett on Replicating Surveys and the Imitation Game 7 Feb: Sara Delamont on Sociologies and Epistemologies of Ignorance 14 Feb: Research Opportunities under Horizon 2020 and other funding schemes 21 Feb: Chris will
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KES Programme (December 2013)

Posted on 1 December 2013 by Robert Evans

The next two KES seminars will be: Friday 6 December: Will Mason-Wilkes on the presentation of science in non-fiction TV programmes Friday 13 December: Martin Weinel with the latest results and innovations in the world of Imitation Game research Both seminars will start at 3:00 pm and take place in GLAM 2.16
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KES programme (October, November 2013)

Posted on 15 November 2013 by Robert Evans

KES is now up and running! Meetings are held Fridays at 3:00 pm in Harry’s office. We have had four seminars so far this semester and have another two scheduled for November. The programme for December will be posted as soon as speakers are confirmed. So far we have had: 18 October: Harry Collins on
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