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MI Lunch with Professor John Harrington

John Harrington, Professor of Global Health Law, School of Law and Politics, Cardiff University, presented at our MI Lunch series in May 2017. In his presentation, Professor Harrington proposed an…

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5th Annual JK Mason Lecture with Professor Jonathan Montgomery

Professor Jonathan Montgomery, from University College London, joined us to give our annual lecture in April 2017. Prof. Montgomery's presentation examined the changing landscape of health…

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MI Interviews - Prof Barbara Prainsack

Prof Barbara Prainsack discusses her research on solidarity with Graeme Laurie of the Mason Institute. Please note: All interviews are from a personal perspective and not representing the views…

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MI Interview Dr Sarah Chan

Dr Sarah Chan discusses her research interests with Dr Agomoni Ganguli Mitra of the Mason Institute. Please note: All interviews are from a personal perspective and not representing the views of…

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MI Interview - Dr Michael Dunn

Dr Michael Dunn discusses his research interests with Nayha Sethi of the Mason Institute. Please note: All interviews are from a personal perspective and not representing the views of any other…

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The Commercialisation of Tissue and Data

Presentation from the MI Lunch on "The Commercialisation of Tissue and Data" on 26 February 2015. About the Presentation While people take a relatively positive view of research use…

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The Great Medico-Legal Debate 2015: Should Scotland Legalise Assisted Suicide?

Is there a convincing case to be made for legalising assisted suicide in Scotland? In the University of Glasgow’s historic Debates Chambers, the Mason Institute hosted its second annual…

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Mike Parker - Post Genomic Changes in Science and Sharing

Prof Mike Parker (Ethox Centre, Oxford) explored some of the key ethical issues arising in biomedical research over the last decade or more based on his work with the Wellcome Trust Case Control…

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The Legal & Ethical Issues Arising From Access & Linkage Of Administrative Data

Presentation from the MI Lunch on 31 October 2014 at the Administrative Data Research Centre - Scotland. Drawing on the original research being undertaken by the Mason Institute as part of the…

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Mason Institute 2nd Annual Anniversary - 10th June 2014

The Mason Institute celebrated its 2nd anniversary with a thought-provoking discussion on the value of patient experience. Watch the presentations.

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MI First Annual JK Mason Lecture

On the 40th anniversary of the inaugural of Professor JK Mason, delivered in the University of Edinburgh on 28th February 1974, Professor Graeme Laurie, Chair of Medical Jurisprudence, gave a lecture…

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Regulating the Embryo

Liminal Spaces was a six-year Wellcome-funded project at Edinburgh Law School, which scrutinised regulatory systems that support human health research. The vision of the project was to deliver the…

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Trustworthiness

Liminal Spaces was a six-year Wellcome-funded project at Edinburgh Law School, which scrutinised regulatory systems that support human health research. The vision of the project was to deliver the…

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Research Ethics Committees as Regulators

Liminal Spaces was a six-year Wellcome-funded project at Edinburgh Law School, which scrutinised regulatory systems that support human health research. The vision of the project was to deliver the…

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Identity and Bioinformation

Liminal Spaces was a six-year Wellcome-funded project at Edinburgh Law School, which scrutinised regulatory systems that support human health research. The vision of the project was to deliver the…

From  Elisabeth Barlow on May 6th, 2021 0 likes 2 plays 0  

Confinement of a water fluid film during crystallization in nanopores: a DFT study - Antoine Barthes

New directions in classical density functional theory online workshop 3 - 6 May 2021 Antoine Barthes (Laboratory for the Thermodynamics of Complex Fluids and their Reservoirs - LFCR / UMR 5150)…

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