The conference is hosted by the Science, Technology and Society Priority Group at the University of Nottingham from 22 – 23 June 2015. The conference will explore the role of knowledge in policy making, bringing together international scholars in the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities, practitioners at the science-policy interface, the public and the media. The conference will conclude with a public debate at the Council House, Nottingham. Please share your thoughts on issues discussed at Circling the Square on our conference blog or on Twitter: #circlesq
Public Debate, Council House, June 23, 18:00-19:30
“Who decides the future: science, politics or the people?”
Four prominent public commentators will feature in a public debate in city centre location. Registration is free and will open 1 March 2015. NB. When registering for the conference, please use the Event Options box to notify whether or not you would like to attend the Public Debate.
Early Bird: £40 (Student £20)
After 15 May: £60 (Student £40)