It will take place from June 14 to 17. The organisers say that the birthplace of the Scottish Enlightenment is a very appropriate place for an interdisciplinary conference.
According to the conference’s website, the event will be “… less of a traditional academic conference and more of a festival of knowledge that seeks to build a bridge between the questions and answers of how bioethics can contribute to some of the most pressing issues of our time – from genetic research to global pandemics, and from scarce resources to climate changes that affect us all.”
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