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EMBL-EBI Science and Society Programme

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EMBL ’s Science and Society programme, established in 1998, seeks to promote a better understanding of how the life sciences impact our lives. We organise events that bring together EMBL scietists, scholars from diverse disciplines and interested members of the public to explore a broad range of fascinating topics.

Our programme aims to develop a popular consensus around questions that arise from rapid advances in the life sciences. We hope that interdisciplinary dialogue will foster insights that help communities adjust to the new ways in which science is producing knowledge and innovations that affect society. We see this as an ongoing exchange that will help societies carve out a shared understanding of science.

For more information about the programme, contact: Halldor Stefansson, EMBL Heidelberg, Meyerhofstraße 1, 69117 Heidelberg, Germany. Tel: +49 6221 387 493, E-mail:

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