Upcoming events

In the context of the PHIL_OS Exploratory Conference, the project hosts two public events locally in Exeter: Can I trust Science? on 30 March at the Phoenix (free entrance for colleagues, email Alfiya), and the roundtable Is Open Science Good for Research? on 31 March at the Streatham campus Forum.

The first big meeting of the PHIL_OS project, the Exploratory Conference “Whither Open Science?” will take place in Exeter on 30–31 March 2023.

The workshop Community Engagement as Scientific Practice will take place in Exeter on 28 March 2023: Registration is open on a first-come-first-served basis.

Past events

PHIL_OS presented analysis of COVID-19 sequencing platforms by Nathanael Sheehan and Sabina Leonelli at the Third PhilInBioMed conference in Pittsburgh, November 13–14, 2022.

PHIL_OS participated in the PSA2022, with a project poster and a session “Scientific medicine”, in Pittsburgh, November 10–13, 2022.

As Anchor Teacher, Sabina Leonelli gave five lectures at the WTMC Summer School 2022 “Opening Up Diversity”, 22–26 Aug 2022 in Ravenstein (The Netherlands). This prominent training space for PhD students in Science & Technology Studies in the Netherlands and beyond focused closely on PHIL_OS themes, through several lectures and interactive sessions with students and external guests.

Sabina Leonelli organised a symposium at the 9th Biennial Conference of the Society for the Philosophy of Science in Practice (SPSP) in Ghent, Belgium, July 2-4, 2022.

Sabina Leonelli and Rachel Ankeny  organised the pre-conference workshop "Methods Matter: Empirical Research in Philosophy of Science in Practice(SPSP)" in Ghent, Belgium, July 1, 2022.

Sabina Leonelli lead and keynoted the final symposium of the “Reproducibility and Replicability in Science” programme of the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts, together with Stephan Lewandowsky.

Paola Castaño gave a talk titled “Experiments, Communities, and Datasets: Sociological Notes about Plant Biology on the International Space Station”, in the One O’clock Space Lecture series of the UCL Space Domain on March 15, 2022 (Virtual/Zoom).