Is Science Objective?
Dr. Yuri T. Yamamoto
October 23, 2003 (postponed due to Hurricane)
4:00 – 5:00 pm
Board Room, Talley Student Center (4th floor)
Dr. Yamamoto is a plant molecular biologist who attended the National Endowment for the Humanities Science and Values Institute at the University of Pittsburgh this summer. While investigating philosophical discussions on scientific practices, she had ample opportunities to reflect upon her own research practices and future directions. Dr. Yamamoto will present her thoughts on scientific objectivity and lead a discussion.
2003-04 Research Ethics Program Seminar Series
Mark your calendars for next seminar:
Drs. JoAnn Burkholder (NC State) and Steve Wing (UNC-CH) (November 12)
“Pollution Impacts from Concentrated Animal Feed Operations: Industry Response, Science Ethics, and the Potential Role of Universities”
More info: contact Dr. Yuri Yamamoto (firstname.lastname@example.org), 515-4670