Professors Shah and Powers will offer three courses in Italy during the '13 Winter session. For students interested in materials science, ethics in nanotechnology, and environmental ethics this should be a great opportunity to learn in one of Europe's finest cities!
On Monday, April 30, over 130 guests attended the University of Delaware Center for Science, Ethics and Public Policy (SEPP) inaugural event, a daylong symposium featuring well-known experts in applied ethics in a variety of fields.
SEPP's first Science Café outside of Newark was held on Monday, February 20 at Stoney's Pub in Wilmington. About 70 people attended to hear UD Professor Kelvin Lee speak about the diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer's Disease.
Professors Shah, Greene, and Powers are in the Middle East over the Thanksgiving break to present at two conferences--one in Dubai, UAE and the other in Lahore, Pakistan. These conferences are funded in part by the National Science Foundation. Read more here and here.