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"The role of scientists in a dangerous world"

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Lord Rees of Ludlow is President of the Royal Society, Master of Trinity College, Astronomer Royal, and a member of the British Pugwash Group Executive Committee.

He will speak about Joseph Rotblat and the other pioneers of the Pugwash movement to study the intersection between science and world affairs. He will also discuss the continued relevance and importance of their example in the 21st century, when science offers immense opportunities but raises new threats and ethical dilemmas.

See this Guardian article for previous comments:,,1794383,00.html

Free to the public.

To reach the Winstanley Lecture Theatre, turn from Trinity Street into Whewell's Court, opposite the Great Gate. Turn right immediately after the first arch and climb the stone stairs. At the top of the stairs, follow the path round the ziggurat-like Wolfson building, leaving it to your left. Then turn right into Blue Boar Court. The Winstanley Lecture Theatre is on the east side of the Court. It is immediately below Blue Boar Court in this map:

Co-sponsored by Trinity College Science Society, who will be providing some drinks and snacks.

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Student Pugwash Society Talks series.

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