Presentations

   
Julian Savulescu
   

2012

  • Savulescu, J., (2012). Ethics of enhancement, Talk and debate in 'Building Better Athletes' panel with Werner Franke, ESOF 2012, Dublin (12 July)
  • Savulescu, J., (2012). Chair: Round Table Discussion, Science and Religious Conflict Conference, with Roger Trigg and Scott Atran, Lincoln College, Oxford, Lincoln College, Oxford (19 June)
  • Savulescu, J., (2012). Introduction, Science and Religious Conflict Conference, Lincoln College Oxford (18 June)
  • Savulescu, J., (2012). Religion and Religious Conflict: A Secular View, Science and Religious Conflict Conference, Lincoln College, Oxford (18 June)
  • Savulescu, J., (2012). Panel session: 'The Perfect Human', with Heather Widdows, Matthew Syed.  How the Lights Get In Festival, Hay on Wye (10 June)
  • Savulescu, J., (2012). Debate: 'Enhancing Morality', with John Harris, chaired by Vassili Christodoulou, How the Lights Get In Festival, Hay on Wye (9 June)
  • Savulescu, J., (2012). Unfit for the Future: The Need for Moral Bioenhancement, Oxford Medical Humanities Forum, Green Templeton College (25 May)
  • Savulescu, J., (2012). The Meaning of Life, Tokyo, Uehiro- Carnegie-Oxford Conference ‘Life: Its Nature, Value and Meaning: No Turning Back? Ethics for the Future of Life, Tokyo (17 May)
  • Savulescu, J., (2012). Prosperity: Renewal of Our Approach to Generating Prosperity, Panel Discussion, Australian Leaders’ Forum, Melbourne (14 May)
  • Savulescu, J., (2012). Bioethics, Australian Leaders’ Forum, Melbourne (14 May)
  • Savulescu, J., (2012). Invited Contributor: Global Ethics Network, Villach, Austria (27 April)
  • Savulescu, J., (2012). The Ethics of the New Biosciences, Oxford Leadership Advantage Programme for State Farm Insurance, Oxford Union, Oxford (20 March)
  • Savulescu, J., (2012). Unfit for the Future: The Need for Moral Bioenhancement, Special Lecture, Basel University, Switzerland (5 March)
  • Savulescu, J., (2012). Can doctors have a conscience?, BMA Conference: Ethics Handbook Launch,  (22 February)
  • Savulescu, J., (2012). Visionary Ethics: Two Concepts of Sustainability, Centrica General Management Programme, Said Business School, Oxford (2 February)
  • Savulescu, J. (2012). Autonomy and the Ethics of Behavioural Modification. 4th GABEX International Conference. Tokyo (7 January)

2011

  • Savulescu, J. (2011). The Neuroscience of Moral Judgement, University of Zurich, Switzerland (9 December)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011). Ethics and Reproductive Technologies, CDT Healthcare Innovation Seminar, (1 December)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011). Relaxing the Ban on Doping,UKSEM 2011, London (24 November)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011). Drugs in Sport, Human Enhancement Conference, , Green Templeton College, Oxford (23 November)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011). Embryo Selection, Law Faculty, Oxford (21 November)
  • Savulescu, J., (2011). ‘The Ethical Questions and Dilemmas’ Session, SABMiller. Engaging with the Future Executive Education, Said Business School, Old Bank Hotel, Oxford, Old Bank Hotel, Oxford (04 November)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011). My Vision for the Journal of Medical Ethics, JME Website Launch, London (02 November)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011). Unfit for the Future: The Need for Moral Bioenhancement,Shaping Moral Psychology: 2011 Carnegie-Uehiro-Oxford Conference, New York (9 November)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011). The Moral Obligation to Improve, Radio 3 Free Thinking Festival, The Sage, Gateshead. (7 November) Broadcast on Radio 3 November 15
  • Savulescu, J. (2011). Unfit for the Future: The Need for Moral Bioenhancement,Keynote at Transforming Human Nature in Science, Technology and the Arts, Dublin City University, , Dublin, Ireland (22 October)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011). The Case for Perfection, Adelaide Festival of Ideas, Adelaide, (8 October )
  • Savulescu, J. (2011). The Futility of Futility, Keynote at launch of Clinical Ethics resource, Sydney University, Australia (26 September)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011). Medicine, Genetic Technology and Immortality,Panel Session organised by RiAus. Chaired by Paul Willis, RiAus Director, with panellists Fiona Wood and Brad Partridge, Adelaide Festival of Ideas, Adelaide (8 October)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), Ethics of MSM Blood Deferral, Presentation to Australian Red Cross Blood Service Review Committee, Melbourne, Australia (10 June)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011),  Wellcome Trust (UK): Wellcome Trust Advisory Council meeting strategic review of its ‘Understanding the Brain’ Challenge.  One of the Wellcome Trust’s  5 main strategic objectives in its Strategic Plan 2010-2020.   Member of panel discussing ‘Neural networks and circuit-models and mechanisms’, Cambridge (6 May)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), Sport Enhancement, British Medical Association, invited presentation to British Medical Association (BMA) Medical Ethics Committee, London (5 May)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), Ethical Considerations for sexual activity-based deferral policies, Presentation to Australian Red Cross Blood Service Review Committee, Melbourne, Australia (31 March)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), Thinking About Ethical Decisions, Strategic Leadership, Said Business School Executive Education, Egrove Park, Oxford (16 November) 
  • Savulescu, J. (2011),  Chair of session ‘Plenary Discussion : Ethics and Equipoise’.  Ethics, Equipoise and Research on Charged Particle Therapy, Wolfson College, Oxford (24 August)   
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), Shaping Moral Psychology International Conference, Karolinska Institute Stockholm, Sweden (22 June)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), The Spirit of Sport: Does Doping Corrupt it? Philosophy of Sport workshop, St Hugh’s College, Oxford (23 May)   
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), Two ‘Last’ Words: Reflecting on the Day’s Sessions, Conference: Christian Ethics Engages Peter Singer, Christ Church College, Oxford  (19 May)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), Fit for the Future? Modern Technology, Liberal Democracy and the Urgent Need for Moral Improvement, University of Japan, Tokyo, Japan (13 May)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), Enhancement and Morality, International Bioethics Symposium ‘What is the object of our moral concerns? A bioethical and a political approach of the
  • concept of self” Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (27 April)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), Bioethics and Social Inclusion, International Bioethics Symposium ‘What is the object of our moral concerns? A bioethical and a political approach of
  • the concept of self”, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (26 April )
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), What is the object of ethical concern? Bioscience: The Ethical Frontiers, a ‘Necker meets Oxford’  workshop led by Richard Branson, Necker Island, British Virgin Islands (20 April) 
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), Science and the Future: The Future of Life, Oxford Literary Festival, Oxford (3 April)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), Unnatural selection: artificial life and designer babies. What does the future hold? Monash Alumni Speakers Series, Melbourne, Australia (31 March )  
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), Justified Coercion in Reproduction, Oxford Leadership Advantage Programme for State Farm Insurance Company, Said Business School, Oxford (22 March)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), DLD (Digital, Life, Design) Conference for  leading intellectuals, innovators, industry and creative leaders  to map the future and inspire and identify emerging players and ideas, Munich (23-25 January) 
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), Relaxing the Ban on Doping, Keynote speech at ‘Human enhancement - biotechnology in sports’ Conference organized by The Norwegian Biotechnology Advisory Board in collaboration with Anti-Doping Norway. The primary focus of the conference was the use of gene doping, and the use of genetic screening for traits that are beneficial for sports athletes and it was for held for the benefit of athletes, scientists, trainers and the general public. Oslo, Norway (16 March)
    Savulescu, J. (2011), A short history…Why we started this ball rolling…. National Research Ethics workshop ‘Bad science is bad ethics’, chaired by Ian Chalmers. Oxford  (11 January)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), Philosophical Society. Hertford College, Oxford (20 January)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), The Ethical Implications of Designing Life, Workshop on ‘Organism and Machine: The Conceptual and Normative Challenges of Synthetic Biology’. University of Copenhagen, Denmark (14 January)
  • Savulescu, J. (2011), The Neuroscience of Moral Judgement, Zangwill Club Lecture. Department of Experimental Psychology, Cambridge University (4 February)

2010

  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Engaging with the Future: The Ethical Questions and Dilemmas. SAB Miller executive ‘Ethical Challenges’ programme Said Business School, Oxford (12 November)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Executive Education Programme Said Business School , Oxford (19 November)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Guest lecturer for Medical Law and Ethics Course. University of Oxford (8 November)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Invited speaker, Biotechnology degree class. University of Monash, Melbourne, Australia (22 September)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Panel member in debate: ‘Who needs Philosophy?’ for book launch of ‘Philosophy Bites’, . Blackwell bookshop, Oxford (26 October)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), State Farm ‘Systemic Risk Programme’ Unfit for the Future? An Ethical Discussion’. Said Business School, Oxford (13 October )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), The Biorevolution and its Ethical Implications. South Place Ethical Society, Sunday Lecture series. Conway Hall, London (5 December)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Visionary Ethics: Two Concepts of Sustainability. Centrica General Management Programme Said Business School, Oxford (2 February)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Workshop on justice and reproduction. University of Gothenburg, Sweden (1 December)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Keynote address at ‘Visionary Education 2010 : Ethics, Sustainability and Inspiration’ public seminar organised by Melbourne University and participated in panel discussion. Melbourne, Australia (15 September)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Beyond the Human. Evening speaker at Consilium 2010. Queensland, Australia (23 July)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), The Moral Imperative to Enhance Human Beings. Keynote speaker for a session at ‘The Posthuman Condition’. Aarhus University, Denmark (6 May)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Mind and Machine. Emerging Technologies Conference. Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford  (1 July)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), The moral imperative to enhance human beings. Royal Society of Medicine Conference. London (29 June)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), A Welfarist Account of Disability. UK Clinical Ethics Network Annual Conference 2010. Cardiff (23 June)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), The Moral Imperative to Enhance Cognition. Workshop on ‘Ethical Evaluation and Public Debate - neurological implants and human enhancement'. Lincoln College, Oxford ( 21 June)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Participant in ‘The World has too many visionaries and not enough pragmatists’ Great Alumni, Students and Friends Debate, part of a celebration of educational excellence at Monash University entitled ‘Education Matters : Visionary Education 2010’   Melbourne, Australia (14 September)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Invited panellist, ‘End of Life Decision Making’ Clinical Ethics Forum, Monash Medical Centre Melbourne, Australia (9 September)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Participated in ‘Neuroethics Today’ debate, Neuroethics Symposium, Florey Neuroscience Institutes. Melbourne, Australia (7 September)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Human Enhancements – Ethics and Possibilities. Consilium 2010. Queensland, Australia (23 July)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Introductory remarks to ‘Cutting edge scientific implementations – stem cell research and PDG: Ethical and Jewish perspectives. Slager Jewish Student Centre, Oxford (1 June)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Participated in forum discusssion at ‘Think-tank for research into shoulder pain’, organized by Arthritis Research UK’s Clinical Studies Group, concerning ethical research issues. Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford (21 May)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), The Ethics of the New Biosciences. Oxford Leadership Advantage Programme, for State Farm Insurance Company. Said Business School , Oxford Union, Oxford (23 March)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Unfit for Life : Genetically Enhance Humanity or Face Extinction. St Cross Ethics Seminar Series. St Cross College, Oxford (22 February )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Why we need a war on ageing. Oxford at Said Seminar on  Ageing. Said Business School, Oxford (1 February )
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Enhancement and Genetic Selection. The Cheltenham Ladies' College Ethics Conference, and participated in a panel debate on medical ethics. Cheltenham Ladies' College (3 February)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Love Drugs:  Using biology to improve human relationships. National Seminar. University of Granada (10 February)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Human Enhancement:  the moral imperative to improve human beings. Philosophy Department, University of Granada (11 February)
  • Savulescu, J. (2010), Socially Responsible Investment Review Committee. University of Oxford

2009

  • Savulescu, J. (2009), Introduction on Euthanasia to 'The Sea Inside'. Ethics Film Club. New College, Oxford (2 June)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Human Psychology, Scientific Progress and Moral Enhancement', Brocher Symposium on 'Human Enhancement:  What Should be Permitted?' Geneva, Switzerland, (21 October)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Genetic Interventions and the Ethics of Human Enhancement', Seminar to Research Ethics Committees, Biotechnologies and the Human Condition, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, (18 August)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Human Enhancement:  Bioliberation or Biothreat', Sydney Supper Club, Sydney, Australia, (18 April)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Human Enhancement', Princeton University Human Values Forum, Princeton University, (9 November)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Unfit for Life: Genetically Enhance Humanity or Face Extinction', Festival of Dangerous Ides, Sydney, Australia, (4 October)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Bioliberation Vs. Biothreat', Presentation to Chancellors Court of Benefactors, Oxford, (1 October)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'The Place of Values and Ethics in Medicine', Carnegie-Uehiro Oxford Conference on Medical Ethics, Oxford, (11 December)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009),  Moderator of Working Group, Consent in Children, St Cross College, Oxford
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'The Limits of Autonomy in the Biomedical Context',  Autonomous University, Madrid, (23 September)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Intelligence Squared Debate:  The World in 2050', Panel member.  Debate hosted by Royal Geographical Society, London, (22 September)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Ethical Issues in Synthetic Biology', Synthetic Biology Workshop, St Anne's College, Oxford, (14-16 September)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Beyond the Financial Crisis - Systemic Shocks In the 21st Century', Oxford Analytica International Conference, Christ Church College, Oxford, (16-18 September)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Autonomy and Rights', Biotechnologies and the Human Condition, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, (18 August)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Drugs and Free Will', Biotechnologies and the Human Condition, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, (18 August)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Human Liberation:  Overcoming Our Biological and Psychological Limitations', Biotechnologies and the Human Condition, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, (20 August)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), Topics in Applied Ethics, Professor Savulescu led a one-week course and delivered a series of lectures, Universidade Federal de Rio de Janiero, Brazil (10-14 August)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Research Impact, Vice-Chancellor's Knowledge Exchange: Economic Impact of Research:  Why Should Oxford Care?' St Anne's College (8 July)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Friday Evening Discourses', Royal Institution,
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Interactive Session', with Bruce Lefroy Centre for Genetic Health Research team on Practical Ethics, Monash Childrens Research Institute, Melbourne, Australia, (22 June)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Enhancement as a Human Right', 13th Forum on National Ethics Councils, Prague, Czech Republic, (4 June)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Love Drugs and The Biological Enhancement of Love and Relationships', UKCEN Conference, St Hugh's College, Oxford, (30 June)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Fetal Human Guinea Pigs:  Should We Create Fetuses to Test Gene and Stem Cell Therapies?' Moral Science-Science, Ethics and Innovation.  Manchester-Oxford University Work-in-Progress seminar, Oxford, (18 May)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), Bioethics from a Philosophical Perspective, Professor Savulescu led a one-week course and delivered a series of lectures for Melbourne University Law BPhil course, Melbourne University (20-25 April)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Should We Use Technology to Change Our Genetic Destiny',  Monash Arts Lecture, Melbourne, Australia, (16 April)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'The Ethics of Creating Admixed Embryos as a Source of Stem Cells', National Stem Cell Conference, Oxford, (8 April)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Ethics and Abortion Law Reform', Melbourne Law School Guest Lecture Series, Melbourne, Australia, (21 April)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Biology and Freedom:  Bioliberation or Biothreat', Fulvio Guerrini Lecture 2009, Centro di Ricerca e Doumentazione 'Luigi Einadi',
    Torino, Italy, (25 March)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'From Stem Cells to Neuroethics', European Parliament, Brain Awareness Week Debate Presentation (18 March) 
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'The Ethics of Stem Cell Clinical Research', Guidance workshop on clinical application of stem cell research, London, (27 March)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'The Moral Imperative to Enhance Human Beings', Royal Institution Friday Evening Discourse, London, (27 March)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009),  Panel Discussion:  Perspectives on Synthetic Biology:  Ethics, Public Engagement, Biosecurity and more.  With Matthew Harvey (Senior Policy Advisor, Royal Society); Piers Millet (Biological Weapons Convention Implementation Support Unit, UN Office, Geneva); Drew Endy (Stanford University), IET BioSysBio Conference, Cambridge, (24 March)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Enhancement as a Human Right', Tanner Lecture in Human Values - Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century, Said Business School, University of Oxford, (February)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Psychological Investigation of Philosophical Issues:  Work in the New Oxford Centre for Neuroethics', Experimental Psychology Seminar, Experimental Psychology Department, Oxford, (24 February)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'Live Long and Prosper', World Economic Forum, Davos, (28 January)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'The Ethics of Science', World Economic Forum, Davos, (29 January)
  • Savulescu, J., (2009), 'James Martin Ideas Lab', World Economic Forum, Davos, (29 January)

2008

  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'Debate on Cognitive Enhancement', First Annual Meeting of the Neuroethcis Society, AAAS Headquarters, Washington DC, (13 November)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'Current Research ', James martin 21st Century School Show and Tell, Oxford, (2 October)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'Current Ethical Dilemmas: A Rational Approach', SABMiller, Said Business School, Oxford, (29 September)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'The Moral Imperative to Enhance Human Beings', Crown Lecture in Ethics, Duke University, (25 September )
  • Savulescu, J. (2008), 'The Moral Imperative to Enhance Human Beings', Crown Lecture in Ethics Duke University (25 September)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'How Do We Conceive Health in 2018?' Digitalized Globe 2018, Allianz, Munich, (23 September)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'Biotechnology, Ethics and the Free Markets', MPS Society Annual Meeting, Tokyo, Japan, (8 September)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'Introduction to Biomedical Ethics: The Moral Imperative to Enhance Human Beings', Brocher Summer School, Geneva, (1 September)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'Human Liberation: 5 Ways to Produce Better Humans', CAPPE seminar, Canberra, Australia, (17 July)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'The Welfarist Account of Disability', CAPPE Seminar, Melbourne, Australia, (16 July)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'Teaching Medical and Clinical Ethics', The Catholic University International Symposium on Medical Humanities, Catholic University Medical School, Seoul, South Korea, (2 July)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'Debate Panellist', Do We Have the Right to Improve Upon Human Nature, New York, (15 June)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'Fair Prices in Medical Ethics', The Ethical Status of the Market, University of Reading, (6 June)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'New Technologies and Human Enhancement', Responsible Innovation, The Hague, (5 June)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'The Moral Imperative to Enhance Human Beings', Eton College Philosophical Society, Eton College, (1 May 2008)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'A Welfarist Account of Disability', The Harvard University Program in Ethics and Health, Third Annual International Conference: “Ethical Issues in the Measurement of Health and The Global Burden of Disease”, Boston, US, (24 April )
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'The Ethics of Creating Human- Nonhuman Chimeras and Transgenesis: Should We Modify Human Nature?”, ' Special Invited Lecture, Petrie Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology and Bioethics, Harvard law School, Cambridge, US, (22 April)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'The Moral Obligation to Create Children with the Best Chance of the Best Life', Special Invited Lecture, University of Illinois in Chicago College of Medicine, Chicago, (18 April)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'The Moral Imperative to Enhance Human Beings”, ' Pierce Scholar Lecture, Center for Ethics, Pierce Emory University, Atlanta Georgia (17 April )
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'Ethical Issues in Health Care ', Pierce Scholar Lectures, Pierce Emory University, Atlanta Georgia, (16 April)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'The Ethics of Creating Human- Nonhuman Chimeras and Transgenesis: Should We Modify Human Nature?' Pierce Scholar Lectures, Pierce Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, (16 April )
  • Savulescu, J. (2008), 'The Ethics of Creating Human-NonHuman Chimeras and Transgenesis: Should We Modify Human Nature?' Pierce Scholar Lectures, Pierce Emory University, Atlanta Georgia (16 April)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'Emerging Ethical Dilemmas', SABMiller: Engaging with the Future, Said Business School, Oxford, (14 April)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'Oxford- Harvard Video Link 'Ethics, Biotechnology, and the Future of Human Nature'', Oxford, (11 March 2008)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'Oxford- Manchester Moral Science- Science, Ethics and Innovation Work in Progress Workshop', Oxford, (11 March 2008)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'The Moral Obligation to Enhance Human Beings', Lent Lecture Series, King's College London, London, (31 January)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'Love, Drugs and Marriage, the Chemicals between Us', St Cross Seminar Series, Oxford, (23 January)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'The Perils of Cognitive Enhancement and the Urgent Imperative to Enhance the Moral Character of Humanity', James Martin 21 Century School Advanced Research Seminar Series, Oxford, (22 January)
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'We Should Accept the Use of Performance Enhancing Drugs in Sport', Intelligence Squared Debate, New York, (15 January )
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'The Case against Perfection:  Ethics in the Age of Genetic Engineering,' Oxford,
  • Savulescu, J., (2008), 'Special Seminar on Information Ethics', Oxford,

2007

  • Savulescu, J., (2007 (forthcoming)), 'The Ethics of Commodifying the Environment',  Oxford,
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'The Case of Performance Enhancement in Sport', Genetics and Social Justice Conference, University of Oxford (Program on Ethics of the New Biosciences and Department of Politics and International Relations), (3 July)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'Human Enhancement', Genetics and Enhancement, University of Jena, Germany, (22-24 June)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'Ethics and Stem Cell Research', SAB Miller One Week Programme, Said Business School, University of Oxford, (20 June)
  • Savulescu, J. and Kahane, G., (2007), 'A Welfarist Account of Disability', Disability and Disadvantage, University of Manchester Disability Conference, University of Manchester, (13 May)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'Eugenics and Transhumanism, from a Utilitarianism Perspective', Institute of Humans Rights "Bartolome de las Casas", University Carlos III, Madrid, (11 May)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'Talk - Bioethics Undergraduate Course', Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Universidad Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, (10 May)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'A Moral Duty to Cognitive Enhancement', Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Universidad Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, (10 May)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'The Ethics of Stem-Cell Research', Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Universidad Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, (10 May)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'Re-Engineering Human Biology: What Should Be the Ethical and Legal Limits?' Harvard Law School, Cambridge, USA, (19-20 March)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'Enhancing Cognition: Ethics, Regulation and European Policy', ENHANCE Workshop, University of Stockholm, Sweden, (27-28 March)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'The Moral Obligation to Enhance at Oxford University', ENHANCE Workshop, University of Stockholm, Sweden, (29-30 March)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'Enhancing Physical Capacities: Ethics, Regulation and European Policy', ENHANCE Workshop, University of Stockholm, Sweden, (29-30 March)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'Invited Lecture: The Ethics of New Science and Human Enhancement', Sydney Ideas Lecture Series, Seymour Centre on Human Enhancement, The University of Sydney, (August 7)
  • Savulescu, J., Finkel, E., Shine, J. and Stefansson, K., (2007), 'Invited International Lecture Session: Human Enhancement: In Search of Perfection or Peering into Pandora's Box', Consilium: The Centre for Independent Studies, Hyatt Regency Coolum, Coolum Beach, Australia, (10 August)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'Enhancement Technologies', Allianz: Digitalized Globe 2017, Munich, (10 - 12 September)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'Counselling/ Genetics', British Human Genetics Conference 2007, York, UK, (17 - 19 September
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), ENHANCE Final Conference, Shirehamton, Bristol, (27 - 28 September)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'Discussion Panel', Human Persons and the God of Nature, Sophia Europa Conference 2007, Oxford, UK, (5 September)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'Keynote Tbc', Drugs In Sport Symposium, Liverpool John Moores University, UK, (5 October)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'Against Conscientious Objection of Physicians in Art', Internation Conference on Ethics in Stem Cell Research and Moral Responsibility in ART, Het Pand, Ghent, (30 November - 1 December)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'Genetic Enhancement: From Supermouse to Superman', 21st Century School Seminar Series, Oxford, UK, (15 November)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'The Ethics of Drugs in Sport (Tbc)', St Cross Winter Drinks Reception, London, UK, (28 November)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'The Perils of Cognitive Enhancement and the Urgent Imperative to Enhance the Moral Character of Humanity', James Martin 21 School Advanced Research Seminar Series, Oxford, (23 January )
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'The Use of Performance Enhancing Drugs in Sport, in Particular, the Forthcoming Olympic Games', St Cross Winter Drinks, London, (November 28)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'Response to Professor Biggar 'Is It Right to Commit Medical Killing', Theology Society Graduate Event, Oxford (October 30)
  • Savulescu, J., (2007), 'Enhancement Technologies', 4th Annual Oxford Capital Partners Conference, Oxford, (18 September)

2006

  • Savulescu, J., (2006), 'Stem Cells:  Science, Policy, Ethics and Ambition', Keble College Alumni Event, University of Oxford, (24 June 2006)
  • Savulescu, J., (2006), 'Procreative Beneficence and the Social Construction of Disability:  The Nature of the Moral Obligation to Have the Best Child', Workshop on Ethics and Genetics, Bioethical Commission of Valdese Church Board, Torino, (6 October)
  • Savulescu, J. and Sandberg, A., (2006), 'Intelligence and Happiness', International Association of Bioethics, 8th World Congress, Beijing, China, (6-9 August)
  • Savulescu, J. and Sandberg, A., (2006), 'Prenatal Modifications', International Association of Bioethics, 8th World Congress, Beijing, China,
  • Savulescu, J., (2006), 'Priority Setting in the Allocation of Treatment', Symposium at the ANZAC Annual Scientific Meeting, , NSW, Australia, (18 August)
  • Savulescu, J., (2006), 'Payment for Organs', ANZAC Annual Scientific Meeting, NSW, Australia, (17 August)
  • Savulescu, J., (2006), 'What Is an Enhancement, and When Should We Enhance People?' ENHANCE Workshop (as part of the International Association of Bioethics, 8th World Congress), Beijing, China, (5 August)
  • Savulescu, J., (2006), 'Choose Your Life:  Enhancement and Autonomy', Bioethics Symposium, Oxford Medical Humanities Forum, St Anne's College, Oxford (2 June)
  • Savulescu, J., (2006), 'Conclusion', ENHANCE Workshop on the Ethics of Cognitive Enhancement, University of Oxford, (5 May)
  • Savulescu, J., (2006), 'Human Reproductive Cloning and Genetic Enhancement', Designing Human Life, Imperial College, London, (30 March)
  • Savulescu, J., (2006), 'Procreative Beneficence and the New Eugenics', Ethics, Biotechnology and the Future of Human Nature, Oxford/Harvard, (20 March)
  • Savulescu, J., (2006), 'Tomorrow's People:  The Challenges of Technologies for Life Extension and Enhancement', James Martin Institute World Forum, University of Oxford, (16 March)
  • Savulescu, J., (2006), 'Methods in Applied Ethics', Big Issues for Humanity: Advanced Methodology Workshop, Future of Humanity Institute, University of Oxford, (13 March)
  • Savulescu, J., (2006), 'Stem Cell Research:  The Ethical Issues, Stem Cell Research in a Nutshell',  University of Oxford, (8 March)
  • Savulescu, J., (2006), 'Hinxton Group (Chair of Two Sessions)', Transnational Cooperation in Stem Cell Research, Cambridge, (22 February)
  • Savulescu, J., (2006), 'Overview of Current Work on Human Enhancement', James Martin School Open Day, Said Business School, University of Oxford, (20 February)
  • Savulescu, J., (2006), 'Human Enhancement', Royal Institution, London, (23 November)
    Savulescu, J., (2006), 'Stem Cells:  Science, Policy, Ethics and Ambition', Keble College Alumni Event, University of Oxford, (24 June)
  • Savulescu, J., (2006), 'Stem Cell Research:  The Ethical Issues', Stem Cell Research in a Nutshell, Invited Lecture, University of Oxford, (8 March)
  • Savulescu, J., (2006), 'Biomedical Ethics', Doug's Lunch, Balliol College, Oxford, (12 October)

   
Stephen Clarke
   

2012

2011

  • Clarke, S., (2011). Intuitions as Evidence, Philosophical Expertise and the Developmental Challenge, European Workshop on Experimental Philosophy, Eindhoven University of Technology
  • Clarke, S., (2011). Religion as an Evolutionary Byproduct: a Critique of the Standard Model, Postgraduate Conference on Science and Religion, University of Birmingham
  • Clarke, S., (2011). Are Professional Philosophers’ Intuitions Evidence?, Australasian Association of Philosophy Annual Conference, University of Otago

2010

  • Clarke, S. and Powell, R. (2010), Is religion an adaptation or a byproduct? An assessment of competing approaches to the explanation of religious behaviour. European Society for the Study of Science and Theology Annual Conference. University of Edinburgh 
  • Clarke, S. (2010), Commentary on Dan Batson. Religion, Tolerance and Intolerance: Science and Religious Conflict Project Conference. University of Oxford 
  • Clarke, S. (2010), On Professional Philosophers’ Intuitions. Society for Applied Philosophy Annual Conference. University of Oxford 
  • Clarke, S. (2010), Is religion an adaptation or a byproduct? An assessment of competing approaches to the explanation of religious behaviour. Australian Philosophy of Religion Association Annual Conference. University of Melbourne 
  • Clarke, S. (2010), The Neuroscience of Decision Making and our Standards for Assessing Competence to Consent. 10th World Congress of Bioethics. Singapore 
  • Clarke, S. (2010), The Neuroscience of Decision-Making and Informed Consent in Medicine and Medical Research. Conference: 'Neurosociety...what is it with the brain these days?' INSIS, University of Oxford.
  • Clarke, S. (2010), The Precautionary Principle and the Dual Use Dilemma Workshop: Promoting Dual Use Ethics. Australian National University

2009

  • Clarke, S., (2009), 'Salvific Exclusivism, Liberalism and Tolerance', Australian Philosophy of Religion Association Annual Conference, University of Sydney,
  • (July)
  • Clarke, S., (2009), 'Governance and the Yuck Factor', Australasian Association of Philosophy Annual Conference, University of Melbourne, (July)
  • Clarke, S., (2009), 'Should I Tolerate Your Religion?' The Concept of God and the Cognitive Science of Religion: an International Conference, University of
  • Birmingham, (14-16 June)

2008

  • Clarke, S., (2008), 'Cognitive Bias and the Precautionary Principle: The Evidential Gap in Cass Sunstein's Laws of Fear:  Beyond the Precautionary Principle', Society for Risk Analysis:  Australian and New Zealand Chapter Annual Conference, ANU Canberra, Australia, (October)
  • Clarke, S., (2008), 'Publicizing Surgeons’ Performance Data', Oxford-Mount Sinai Consortium on Bioethics, University of Oxford,
  • Clarke, S., (2008), 'Informed Consent and the Enhancement of Our Ability to Provide Consent', Oxford-Manchester Bioethics Workshop, University of Manchester,
  • Clarke, S., (2008), 'Are Philosophers’ Intuitions Reliable?' Australasian Association of Philosophy La Trobe University, Melbourne,
  • Clarke, S., (2008), 'Naturalism, Science and the Supernatural', Australian Philosophy of Religion Association St. Mark’s National Theological Centre, Canberra,

2007

  • Clarke, S. and Roache, R., (2007), 'Bioconservatism, Bioliberalism and the Wisdom of Reflecting on Repugnance', Enhancement and Genetics, University of Jena, Germany, (23 June)
  • Clarke, S., (2007), 'Oxford University Jewish Students Association', Debate on Bioethics (Panellist).  (21 February)

2006

  • Clarke, S., (2006), 'Informed Consent and the Presentation of Risk Information', Ethical Aspects of Risk, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, (June)
  • Clarke, S., (2006), 'Surgeons' Report Cards:  Arguments and Implementation', The Philosophy of Public Health, Society for Applied Philosophy Annual Conference, Manchester, (1 July)
  • Clarke, S., (2006), 'Welcome Trust', Biomedical Ethics Summer School (participant), Caius College Cambridge, (19-22 September)

   
Tom Douglas
   

2012

  • Douglas, T., (2012). Medical Interventions as Criminal Sanctions, International Association of Bioethics—11th World Congress of Bioethics, Rotterdam (26-29 June)
  • Dogulas, T., (2012). Parental Partiality and Intergenerational Transmission, Bled Conference on Ethics, Lake Bled, Slovenia (4-8 June)
  • Douglas, T., (2012). Parental Partiality and Intergenerational Transmission, Departmental Seminar, Department of Philosophy, Sheffield University (27 April)

 

2011

  • Douglas, T., (2011). Taking Drugs to Become Faster, Smarter and More Moral, Balliol College Dean’s Lunchtime Seminar Series, Oxford (1 December)
  • Douglas, T., (2011). Moral Enhancement and Moral Worth, Uehiro Foundation and Carnegie Council Annual Conference, New York (8-9 November)
  • Douglas, T., (2011). Shortcuts to Morality, Perspectives in Bioethics, University of Belgrade, Serbia (13-15 October)
  • Douglas, T. (2011), 'Could a Drug Really Make You More Moral?' Perspectives in Bioethics, University of Belgrade, Serbia (13-15 October) 
  • Douglas, T. (2011), 'Could a Drug Enhance Moral Worth?' Shaping Moral Psychology, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm (22-23 June )
  • Douglas, T. (2011), 'Improving Moral Compliance by Directly Modulating Subrational States', Shaping Moral Psychology Workshop, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm (22-23 June )
  • Douglas, T. (2011), 'Cognitive Enhancement and Supra-Personal Moral Status', Moral Philosophy Workshop, Roskilde University, Denmark (12 May )
  • Douglas, T. and Savulescu, J. (2011), 'Synthetic Biology & Moral Status', Organism and Machine: The Conceptual and Normative Challenges of Synthetic Biology, University of Copenhagen (14 January)

2010

  • Douglas, T. (2010), 'Allen Buchanan’s Beyond Humanity? Overview and Critical Comments', Society for Applied Philosophy Session, Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Boston (26-30 December)
  • Douglas, T. (2010), Cognitive Enhancement & Supra-Personal Moral Status. Australasian Association of Philosophy – New Zealand Conference 2010. University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand (5-9 December)
  • Douglas, T. (2010), Enhancement, Justice and Moral Status. University of Hull (9 November)
  • Douglas, T. (2010), Panelist: Battle of Ideas. London (29-30 October)
  • Douglas, T. (2010), Doping in Sports. GLEUBE Symposium on Enhancement. Institute of Ethics, Dublin City University. Dublin, Ireland (4 October)
  • Douglas, T. and Devolder, K. (2010), Compromise in Bioethics and Neuroethics: What’s Wrong with It, and What to Do About It. 10th World Congress of Bioethics. Singapore (28-31 July )
  • Douglas, T. (2010), Synthetic Biology and the Ethics of Knowledge. SYBHEL Project Workshop in Ethical and Legal Implications of Synthetic Biology. Zurich (8-9 July)
  • Douglas, T. (2010), The Harms of Enhancement. Perspectives on Enhancement. University of Manchester (10-11 April)
  • Douglas, T. (2010), Scientific Isolationism. Political Studies Association Annual Conference. Edinburgh (29 March - 1 April)
  • Douglas, T. (2010), An Expected Value Approach to the Dual-Use Problem. Dual Use Ethics, Australian  National University, Canberra (28-29 January)

2009

  • Douglas, T. (2009), Scientific Isolationism. New Directions in Bioethics. University College London (29-30 June)
  • Douglas, T. (2009), The Moral Improvement Criterion for Neuroenhancements. Human Enhancement: What  Should Be Permitted? Brocher Foundation, Geneva (20 October)
  • Douglas, T. (2009), Scientific Isolationism. Society for Philosophy and Technology Conference 2009: Converging Technologies, Changing Societies. University of Twente, The Netherlands (7-10  July)
  • Douglas, T. and Devolder, K. (2009), Wide Procreative Beneficence. Society for Philosophy and  Technology Conference 2009: Converging Technologies, Changing Societies. University of  Twente, The Netherlands (7-10 July)
  • Douglas, T. (2009), Wide Procreative Beneficence. Delft University of Technology. Delft, The  Netherlands (9 November)
  • Douglas, T. (2009), Enhancement and Fairness. Brocher Foundation (January)

2008

  • Douglas, T. (2008), Higher, Further, Faster: Is Technology Improving Speaker and discussant, The Dana Centre Science Museum, London (1 October )
  • Douglas, T. (2008), Expert speaker at the National Final of the Debating Matters Competition (a national secondary school debating competition). (3 July)
  • Douglas, T. (2008), Panelist , Transplantation: A Medical Miracle of the 20th Century. Wolfson  College, University of Oxford (21 April )
  • Douglas, T. (2008), Two Concerns about Synthetic Biology. Uehiro-Carnegie Oxford Conference on  Medical Ethics. University of Oxford (December)
  • Douglas, T. (2008), Should Performance Enhancing Drugs be Legalised? Orthopaedics and Sports  Injuries. Institute of Physics, London (17-18 November )
  • Douglas, T. (2008), Ethical Issues in Synthetic Biology. Royal Society of Chemistry: Chemistry in  the New World of Bioengineering and Synthetic Biology. Oxford (23 September
  • Douglas, T. (2008), Panel Discussion, Transplantation: A Medical Miracle of the 20th Century. Wolfson  College, University of Oxford (21 April)
  • Douglas, T. (2008), Presumed Consent and the Rights of the Deceased. Moral Science: Science, Ethics and Innovation. University of Oxford (11 March)
  • Douglas, T. (2008), The Dual-Use Problem in Bioethics. 9th World Congress of Bioethics: The Challenge of Cross-Cultural Bioethics in the 21st Century. Rijeka, Croatia (3-8 September )
  • Douglas, T. (2008), Should Institutions Favour their own Victims? Society for Applied Philosophy: Annual Conference 2008. Manchester Centre for Political Theory, University of Manchester (4-6 July )
  • Douglas, T. (2008), Presumed Consent and the Rights of the Deceased. Wolfson College Applied Philosophy Society Workshop on Organ Donation. University of Oxford

2007

  • Douglas, T. (2007), Moral Enhancement. University of Otago (March)
  • Douglas, T. (2007), Moral Enhancement. International Conference on Genethics in East Asian and Western Contexts. Hong Kong Baptist University (11 December )
  • Douglas, T. (2007), Response to Jonathan Chan's "Unnaturalness and Human Enhancement",  International Workshop on Human Nature and Bioethics. City University of Hong Kong (7 December)

   
Bennett Foddy
   

2012

  • Foddy, B., (2012). Response to Aubrey de Grey on Life Extension, DeCamp Bioethics seminars, Princeton University (3 October)
  • Foddy, B., (2012). The Olympics, Hide & Seek Weekender Conference, Southbank Centre, London (17 September)
  • Foddy, B., (2012). Rescue or Rejuvenation, World Bioethics Congress, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam (27 June 2012)
  • Foddy, B., (2012). Addiction: The Perils and Pleasures of Operant Reward, University of Southern California (2 March)
  • Foddy, B., (2012). The Right and Wrong of Growing Old, California State University at Fullerton (1 March)
  • Foddy, B., (2012). Addiction: The Perils and Pleasures of Operant Reward, Stanford University (28 February)
  • Foddy, B. (2012). 'The Clever Pill', Public debate at the Wellcome Collection, London (9 Feb)

2011

  • Foddy, B. (2011),  Invited speaker, Develop Liverpool Conference,  Liverpool (24 November)
  • Foddy, B. (2011),  Keynote speaker, ROFLCon Summit,  Portland (1 November)  
  • Foddy, B. (2011), 'In defence of a temporal account of betterness', Fordham University (13 September)
  • Foddy, B. (2011), 'Addiction, Ethics and Videogames', New York University (6 September) 
  • Foddy, B. (2011), 'Allocating resources for rejuvenation therapies', SENS5 conference,  Cambridge University (2 September)

2010

  • Foddy, B. (2010), The Ethical Placebo. Invited speaker at St. Cross College Seminars in Ethics. St. Cross College Oxford (2 December)
  • Foddy, B. (2010), Addiction and Obesity. Jesus College Research Symposium. Jesus College, Oxford (10 November)
  • Foddy, B. (2010), Human Lifespan Enhancement. Oxford Capital Partners Investors' Forum 2010:  Spotlight on Growth. Oxford (29 September)
  • Foddy, B. (2010), The Ethical Placebo Workshop "Using Social Science to Elucidate Placebos: Examining a Powerful Effect through a Non-medical Lens". McGill University (6 July)

   
Guy Kahane
   

2011

  • Kahane, G. (2011), 'A Clockwork Chemical',Project Syndicate, reprinted in major newspapers in Canada, Germany, Spain, China, South Korea, Hungary, Peru, Egypt, Jordan, Rwanda, and elsewhere (June )
  • Kahane, G. (2011), ‘Rule Breaker’, Chronicle of Higher Education (June )
  • Kahane, G. (2011), Galileu Magazine (June ) 
  • Kahane, G. (2011), Deadline 17.00, DR, Danish TV (May)

2010

  • Kahane, G. (2010), ‘The Moral Code’, BBC4 (March )
  • Kahane, G. (2010), 'Neuro Ergo Sum', Prospect Magazine (February)

2009

  • Kahane, G. (2009), Morality Biologized. Royal Institution of Britain. London (December)
  • Kahane, G. (2009), Neuroimaging Moral Judgment. Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature Colloquium. (March)
  • Kahane, G. (2009), Nihilism:  Nothing to Fear? James Martin 21st Century School Advanced Research Seminar. University of Oxford (May)
  • Kahane, G. (2009), The Neuroscience of Moral Judgment (with Irene Tracey and Katja Wiech). James Martin 21st Century School Advanced Research Seminar. University of Oxford (February)
  • Kahane, G. (2009), Using Psychological Methods to Study Philosophical Questions. Experimental Psychology Seminar. University of Oxford (February)
  • Kahane, G. (2009), Emotion in Moral Judgment. International Society for Research on Emotion Conference. Leuven, Belgium (August)
  • Kahane, G. (2009), Neuroscientific Perspectives on Moral Judgment. UK Clinical Ethics Network Conference. St Hugh's College, Oxford (June)
  • Kahane, G. (2009), The Neuroscience of Moral Judgment:  Empirical Findings and Possible Ethical Implications. Oxford-Mount Sinai Consortium on Bioethics. Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York (April)
  • Kahane, G. (2009), Evolutionary Debunking Arguments. Moral Philosophy Club. University of Oslo (March)
  • Kahane, G. (2009), Neuroimaging Moral Judgment. CSMN Colloquium. University of Oslo (March)
  • Kahane, G. (2009), The Normative Knowledge ARgument. Language and Rationality Seminar. University of Oslo (March)
  • Kahane, G. (2009), Ethical Theory and the Scientific Study of Morality. Philosophy Colloquium. Delft University (November)
  • Kahane, G. (2009), Counterintuitive Moral Judgment:  Cognitive Effort of Affective Deficit? International Society for Research on Emotion Conference. Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium (August)

2008

  • Kahane, G., (2008), 'Anti-Theism.' James Martin 21st Century School Advanced Research Seminar, Oxford University, (April 2008)
  • Kahane, G., (2008), 'Arbitrary Distinctions in Normative Ethics', Moral Science: Science, Ethics and Innovation Workshop, Manchester University, (June 2008)
  • Kahane, G., (2008), 'Brain Reading and the Privacy of the Inner', Moral Brain Meeting, Ghent University, (January 2008)
  • Kahane, G., (2008), 'Evolution and Debunking Arguments (Respondent:  Gilbert Harman)', James A Moffett '29 Seminar in Ethics and DeCamp Seminar in Bioethics, Princeton University, (March 2009)
  • Kahane, G., (2008), 'Evolutionary Debunking Arguments', The Ethical and Philosophical Implications of Neuroscience, University of Bonn, (October 2008)
  • Kahane, G., (2008), 'Moral Theory and the Neuroscience of Morality', The Ethical and Philosophical Implications of Neuroscience, University of Bonn, (October 2008)
  • Kahane, G., (2008), 'Neuroimaging Moral Intuitions', Carnegie Uehiro Oxford Conference on Medical Ethics, University of Oxford, (December 2008)
  • Kahane, G., (2008), 'Neuroimaging Moral Intuitions', Moral Science: Science, Ethics and Innovation Workshop, University of Oxford, (November 2008)
  • Kahane, G., (2008), 'The Trouble with Being Sincere (with Timothy Chan)', Judgement, Assertion and norms, Episteme Research Group, University of Geneva, (December 2008)

2007

  • Kahane, G., (2007), 'Cognitive Enhancement:  A Perspective from Value Theory', ENHANCE EU Project Workshop on Cognitive Enhancement, Stockholm University, Sweden, (27-28 March)
  • Kahane, G., (2007), 'Genetic Selection and Disability', The Oxford Medical Humanities Forum, Oxford, (February)
  • Kahane, G., (2007), 'How Are We to Understand the Concept of Disability?' Disability and Disadvantage, University of North Carolina, (September 2007)
  • Kahane, G., (2007), 'Human Nature, Evolution, and Debunking Arguments', Human Nature and Bioethics, Hong Kong City University, (December 2007)
  • Kahane, G., (2007), 'If Nothing Matters', Faculty of Philosophy, Moral Philosophy Seminar, University of Oxford, (26 February)
  • Kahane, G., (2007), 'A Welfarist Account of Disability', Disability and Disadvantage, University of Manchester Disability Conference, University of Manchester (13 May)
  • Kahane, G., (2007), 'Non-Identity, Self-Defeat and Attitudes to Future People', Disability and Disadvantage, Manchester University, (12-13 May)
  • Kahane, G., (2007), 'Puzzles About Belief, Self-Deception, and Lying', James Martin 21st Century School Advanced Research Seminar, Oxford University, (2007)
  • Kahane, G., (2007), 'Well-Being and Adaptation', James Martin 21st Century School Advanced Research Seminar, Oxford University, (2007)

2006

  • Kahane, G., (2006), 'Brain Reading and the Privacy of the Inner', James Martin 21st Century School Advanced Research Seminar, Oxford University, (2006)
  • Kahane, G., (2006), 'Neuroscience and Ethics', James Martin 21st Century Advanced Research Seminar, Oxford University, (2006)
  • Kahane, G., (2006), 'Procreative Beneficence and Disability', Pacific American Philosophical Association Meeting, Portland, Oregon, (24 March)
  • Kahane, G., (2006), 'Well-Being, Disability and Selection', James Martin 21st Century School Advanced Research Seminar, Oxford University, (2006)

   
Neil Levy
   

2007

  • Levy, N., (2007), 'Anosognosia as Self-Deception', Atelier Franco-Australian Conference on Delusions, Ecole Normale Superieure,  Paris, (3 March)

2006

  • Levy, N., (2006), 'The Role of Consciousness in Moral Responsibility', Inland Northwest Philosophy Conferences, Moscow, Idaho, (31 March)
  • Levy, N., (2006), 'The Failure of Agent-Causation', Bled Philosophy Conference, Bled, Slovenia, (30 May)
  • Levy, N., (2006), 'The Somatic Marker Hypothesis and the Treatment of P.T.S.D.' Oxford Neuroethics Workshop, Oxford, (6 Marc

   
S. Matthew Liao
   

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Russell Powell
   

2010

  • Powell, R. (2010), A Future Without Genetic Engineering:  Medicien, Evolution and the Preservation of Human Good. James Martin Advanced Research Seminar. Oxford (MT10)
  • Powell, R. (2010), Evolution, Engineering, and Human Variation. Big Bioethics workshop. University of Oxford
  • Powell, R. and Buchanan, A. (2010), The Ethics of Synthetic Biology: A Comprehensive Approach. Material presented at the meeting of the US Presidential Commission for Bioethics. Powerpoint  Transcript
  • Powell, R. (2010), Adaptationism and the Limits of Natural Selection. Altenberg Symposium in Theoretical Biology. Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research, University of Vienna
  • Powell, R. (2010), Is Religion an Adaptation or a Byproduct? International conference on Science and Religion, University of Edinburgh (European Society for the Study of Science and Theology).

2009

  • Powell, R. (2009), Is Extinction Really Forever? Convergent Evolution and the Limits of Natural Selection. Darwin Day Speaker - Department of Evolution, Ecology and Behavior. Georgetown University

   
Anders Sandberg
   

2012

  • Sandberg, A., (2012). The One-Way Mirror of Time: Biometrics, Spoofing and the Transparency of the Future, Tabula Rasa project workshop on biometrics, Rome (10 May) http://www.tabularasa-euproject.org/events/spoofing-and-antispoofing-the-wider-human-context
  • Sandberg, A., (2012). Shifting the Brain, Invited talk on cognitive enhancement at TEDx Tallinn, Estonia (4 May) http://www.ted.com/tedx/events/5571
  • Sandberg, A., (2012). Gave expert session on artificial intelligence at The Amsterdam School of Creative Leadership, THNK, Amsterdam. (29 April)
  • Sandberg, A., (2012). Ethics of memory enhancement, Conference on memory enhancement. Part of the Volkswagen Stiftung project “Apples and Oranges”. Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, Munich. (21-22 April) http://www.neuroethik.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/memory-enhancement-program.pdf
  • Sandberg, A., (2012). The future challenges for liberalism, Lecture at Stureakademin, Stockholm (15 April)
  • Sandberg, A., (2012). Transhumanism, Uppsala University, Sweden (12 April)
  • Sandberg, A., (2012). Talk/panel at the Oxford Literary Festival, "Are we safe (and do we need to be)?". Part of the Uncertain Futures event, partnered between the Oxford Literary Festival and the Oxford Martin School, Merton College, Oxford (24 March)
  • Sandberg, A., (2012). The ends of time, Gaîté lyrique for the exhibition 2062, Paris (18 March)
  • Sandberg, A., (2012). Panel discussion about ‘Visions of Future Health Care’, organised by Cambridge University and sponsored by Science AAAS for Cambridge Science Festival 2012. , Cambridge, UK (13 March)
  • Sandberg, A., (2012). Existential risks: when the black swans really bite, Trinity College Science Society, Cambridge, UK (3 March)
  • Sandberg, A., (2012). Cognitive enhancement, Invited speaker for the Transformational Technologies I Workshop, organised by the Global Futures Forum, Washington DC (16 February)
  • Sandberg, A., (2012). What kind of humanity should we want to make?, Speaker at TEDx Vasastan, "The things we make - and beyond", Stockholm (13 February) http://www.ted.com/tedx/events/3858
  • Sandberg, A., (2012). Commercializing the robot ecosystem in the anthropocene, Keynote speaker at Robotics Innovation Challenge at Robotdalen, Eskilstuna (9 February ) http://www.aleph.se/papers/Commercializing%20the%20robot%20ecosystem%20in%20the%20anthropocene%20final.pdf
  • Sandberg, A., (2012). Human enhancement: how much better would it be if we become better?, Invited talk at the Balliol positive philosophy group, Balliol College, Oxford (1 February)
  • Sandberg, A., (2012). Enhancement ethics, Medical Law class., University of Oxford (30 January)
  • Sandberg, A., (2012). Invited talk about biotechnological risks at conference “Futur Transhumaniste : Paradis ou enfer ?” organised by the L'Association Française Transhumaniste, Paris (22 January)

2011

  • Sandberg, A., (2011). Keynote speech at the “Beyond AI” conference, Plzen, Czech republic (9 December) http://beyondai.zcu.cz/
  • Sandberg, A. (2011), 'The Enhanced Jury: cognitive bias and enhancement in court', Talk at workshop “Presenting DNA Evidence”, Center for Socio-Legal Studies, Oxford (30 November) 
  • Sandberg, A. (2011), 'Cognitive biases and what to do about them. The art of usable foresight', Invited talk for event 'The Future of the Future', organized by the Club of Amsterdam, Amsterdam (3 November) 
  • Sandberg, A. (2011), 'Impact of brain-computing interfaces', Talk at Oxford Transhumanists, Oxford (27 October)
  • Sandberg, A. (2011),  Keynote speaker at conference ‘Beyond AI: interdisciplinary aspects of artificial intelligence’, December 8-9 2011, Pilsen, University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, University of West Bohemia (8 December)
  • Sandberg, A. (2011),  Talk at CSLS workshop on Jury Enhancement, Oxford (30 November ) 
  • Sandberg, A. (2011), 'The impact of brain-computer interfaces', Oxford Transhumanists, Exeter College (27 October)
  • Sandberg, A. (2011),  Commenter at ‘Smart implants: therapeutic solutions, security and human enhancement’ at the Wellcome Trust, organized by Cesagen - Emerging Science, Changing Society (Lancaster and Cardiff Universities), and the Innovation in Society group, University of Central Lancashire (20 October )
  • Sandberg, A. (2011),  Speaker at ‘Eugenics: The Birth of a new Generation?’ University of Manchester (19 October)
  • Sandberg, A. (2011),  Keynote speaker at 'Brains, Minds, Machines'  symposium at Dulwich College. Included lecture, screening of the ‘Transhuman’ documentary and discussions with students, Dulwich (13 October)
  • Sandberg, A. (2011),  Lecture at Radley College, “Why is there order in the universe?” Oxfordshire (11 October)
  • Sandberg, A. (2011),  Presentation “Boosting brains: how far have we come?” at Beyond Human, organized by Humanity+, London (8 October)
  • Sandberg, A. (2011),  Gave talk on “The feasibility of whole brain emulation” at PT-AI 2011 conference, Thessaloniki (3 October)   
  • Sandberg, A. (2011),  Keynote talk at Oxford Capital Partners Forum, “Preparing humans for the world of tomorrow”,  (14 September)
  • Sandberg, A. (2011),  Invited as external commenter on cognition enhancement, SESTI project final workshop, Brussels (28 June)   
  • Sandberg, A. (2011), 'The Ethics of brain emulation', Lecture for FACETS project at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland (7 June) 
  • Sandberg, A. (2011),  Panel discussion at British Library, "Compared to this, the Industrial Revolution was nothing", with Richard Jones, John Turney, Robin Lovell-Badge, London (25 May) 
  • Sandberg, A. (2011), 'The freedom to explore: human enhancement, extensions and the ethics of the unknown', Invited talk at Transhumanism Meets Design conference, Parsons The New School for Design, New York (14 May)
  • Sandberg, A. (2011), 'The billion-body problem: taking human (ir)rationality into account for planetary defense', Invited keynote speech at the 2011 IAA Planetary Defense Conference, Bucharest (9 May)
  • Sandberg, A. (2011),  Invited lecture on the technological challenges to liberalism, Stureakademin, Stockholm (10 April)
  • Sandberg, A. (2011), Panel discussion on Ray Kurzweil's documentary 'Transcendent Man' at Extrobritannia, (9 April)
  • Sandberg, A. (2011),  Panel discussion "Enhancement: how far should we go", Cambridge Science Festival 2011, Cambridge (26 March)
  • Sandberg, A. (2011),  Invited as external commenter at Challenges for ICT for Public Policy expert workshop, London (23 March)   
  • Sandberg, A. (2011), 'Cognitive enhancement - does it work, and does it matter?' Invited lecture (Kognitionsförbättring - fungerar det, och spelar det någon roll?), Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm (16 March)
  • Sandberg, A. (2011), Big risks: can we think properly about high impact, low probability disasters? Talk at the St Abbe's College Sciences Discussion Group. (18 February)
  • Sandberg, A. (2011), Copying the mind? The ultimate limits and possibilities of computational neuroscience. Invited talk at NeuroArts Conference. University of Plymouth (11 February)
  • Sandberg, A. (2011), The rationality of cryonics. Oxford rationality group. Oxford (6 February)
  • Sandberg, A. (2011), The future of ideas on machine intelligence. Invited talk at 2011 Humanity+ UK Conference. Conway Hall, London (29 January )
  • Sandberg, A. (2011), How do brains learn, and can we improve it? Radley College, Abingdon (19 January )

2010

  • Sandberg, A. (2010), The fuzzy brain: extended minds, neural interfaces and collective intelligence. Invited talk at the 2011 Uehiro/Carnegie/Oxford Conference. St. Cross College, Oxford (8 December)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), The value of better brains: cognition enhancement and the personal and social benefit of cognition Oxford neurosociety conference (InSIS and the European Neuroscience and Society Network). Oxford (7 December)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Presentation "The rationality of existential risk" Oxford rationality group. Oxford (27 November)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Pecha Kucha presentation on the future of science Dana Centre, London (25 November)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Talk "Enhancing and extending the mind: the science and ethics of cognitive enhancers" at the Oxford Medical Humanities group. Merton College, Oxford (23 November)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Respondent to Gero Misenböck at James Martin advanced research seminar. (3 November)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Thermodynamics of advanced civilizations: living in a unsustainable universe. Invited talk at Transvision 2010. Milano (24 October)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Lecture on whole brain emulation for the Oxford Transhumanist Society. Lincoln College, Oxford (20 October )
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Talk at Rotary Stockholm on cognitive bias. Stockholm (13 October)
  • Sandberg, A. and Shulman, C. M. (2010), Implications of a software-limited singularity 8th Conference on Computing and Philosophy. Munich (4-6 October)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Why Does 'Wikimagic' Work? invited talk at LIFT2010 on collective intelligence. Marseilles (7 July)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Short presentations on  'Artificial intelligence' and 'memory enhancement' at conference on the ethics of emerging technologies. Oxford Centre for Neuroethics, University of Oxford (1 July)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), The Ethics of Life Extension. Invited talk at the Oxford Institute of Ageing. University of Oxford (17 June)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Invited for comments at human enhancement technology workshop in Brussels, organized by the EU SESTI project (Scanning for Emerging Science and Technology Issues). (7 June)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Invited talk on ethics of whole brain emulation at First Virtual Workshop on Advancing Substrate Independent Minds (ASIM2010). (5 June)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), European Platform workshop, organized by Volkswagen Foundation. Tutzing, Germany (31 May - 3 June)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Invited talk on whole brain emulation. Google Corporation, California (27 May). Watch on YouTube.
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), The Geometry of Politics. Talk at Stanford Maths Department. Stanford University (21 May)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Participated in the 21st Century School Futures Briefing for the Oxford Scenarios Programme. James Martin 21st Century School, University of Oxford (18 May)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Talk at the Oxford transhumanist group (Balliol College) on cognitive enhancement. (11 May)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Talk on "How much is a better brain worth? Cognition enhancement and the personal and social benefit of cognition" at conference The Posthuman Condition,. Aarhus University (6 May)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Making Humans Smarter Via Cognitive Enhancers. Talk at Humanity+ UK2010. London (24 April)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Neuroselves and Exoselves: Distributed Cognition inside and Outside Brains. Talk in Teleplace. (18 April)
  • Sandberg, A. (2010), Beyond the Skull: Extended Minds, Neural Interfaces and Brain Emulations. Invited talk at “Beyond the Body” conference. Manchester University (11 April)
  • Sandberg, A., (2010), Participated in Drugs Landscape 2030 Scenario Planning Workshop, organized for the Home Office. Wokefield Park, Reading. (18-19 March)
  • Sandberg, A., (2010), Models of technological singularity. Presentation  at AGI10 Conference. Lugano, Switzerland (8 March)
  • Sandberg, A., (2010), Cognition Enhancement. Medical Law and Ethics class. Oxford University (2 February)
  • Sandberg, A., (2010), Informal discussion with IARPA on brain emulation. University Park, Maryland (25 January)
  • Sandberg, A., (2010), Enhancement of Juries. Memory and Neuroscience Conference. Tucson, Arizona (23 January)
  • Sandberg, A., (2010), Enhancement of Juries. James Martin Advanced Research Seminar Series, HT10. James Martin 21 Century School, University of Oxford (20 January)

2009

  • Sandberg, A., (2009), 'Cloud Superintelligence', Ars Electronica Festival, Linz, (5 September)
  • Sandberg, A., (2009), 'The Ultimate Limits of Progress', Bonn Graduate Workshop, University of Bonn/Europaeum, (31 July)
  • Sandberg, A., (2009), 'Clinical Ethics of Cognitive Enhancement', UK Clinical Ethics Network Conference, Oxford, (30 June)
  • Sandberg, A., (2009), 'Ethics of Brain Implants', European Future Technologies conference, Prague, (April)
  • Sandberg, A., (2009), 'Bridging the Gap between the Brain and Machine', DOX, Prague, (April)
  • Sandberg, A., (2009), 'Ethics of Brain Implants', DOX, Prague, (April)
  • Sandberg, A., (2009), 'Healthy, Wealthy and Wise:  Enhancing Cognition', Oxford Capital Partners Investment Forum, Oxford, (16 September)

2007

  • Sandberg, A., (2007), 'Participant', Mind and Body 2025, Dana Centre, London Science Museum, (28 June)
  • Sandberg, A., (2007), 'The Blue or the Pink Pill:  Are Enhancements Gendered?' ENHANCE Workshop on Cognitive Enhancement, Stockholm, (27-28 April)
  • Sandberg, A., (2007), 'Scenario Planning for Life Extension', Extrobritannia, Conway Hall, London, (13 May)
  • Sandberg, A., (2007), 'Are Enhancements Gendered?' ENHANCE Workshop on Mood enhancement, Maastricht, (26-28 April)
  • Sandberg, A., (2007), 'The Chemicals between Us', Neuroethics Symposium, Oxford Forum for Medical Humanities, St John's College, Oxford, (11 May)

2006

  • Sandberg, A., (2006), 'The Social Impact of Cognitive Enhancement', ENHANCE Conference, Beijing, China, (5 August)
  • Sandberg, A., (2006), 'Mozart, Folic Acid, Choline and Genetic Modification:  Prenatal Cognitive Enhancement', 8th World Congress of Bioethics, Beijing, China,
  • Sandberg, A., (2006), 'Memory Enhancement:  What, How and Why', Extrobritannia, Conway Hall, London, (25 February)
  • Sandberg, A., (2006), 'Biotechnology and the Promise of Tailor-Made Medicine', Amigo Society, part of Segundas Jornadas sobre Convergencia Ciencia-Tecnologia, sponsered by the Vodafone Foundation, Brussels, (21 February)
  • Sandberg, A., (2006), 'The Transhumanist Vision', Segundas Jornadas sobre Convergencia Ciencia-Technologia, sponsered by the Vodafone Foundation, Universidad de Alcala de Henares, (9 March)
  • Sandberg, A., (2006), 'Memory Modification and Authenticity', Human Enhancement Technologies and Human Rights, Stanford University Law School, San Francisco, (26-28 May)
  • Sandberg, A., (2006), 'Cognitive Divide or a Mind-Meld?  Scenarios of Cognitive Enhancement', TransVision 2006, Helsinki, Finland, (17-19 August)
  • Sandberg, A., (2006), 'Genius as a Commodity: Cognitive Enhancement Technology and Scenarios of Its Social Effects', 2006 Annual Meeting of the Society for the Social Studies of Science, Vancouver, (1-5 November)

   
Nick Shea
   

2012

  • Shea, N., (2012). Functional content in simple sender-receiver models of comunication, British Society for the Philosophy of Science Annual Conference, Stirling (July)
  • Shea, N., (2012). Biological Infirmation, Philosophy of Biology in the UK, Oxford (April)
  • Shea, N., (2012). Representational content in some simple models of signalling, Signalling and Meaning Conference, CUNY Graduate Centre (March)
  • Shea, N., (2012). Content in simple sender-receiver models of communication, Natural Information Workshop, University of Aberdeen (February)
  • Shea, N., (2012). Representational content for cognitive science: some new developments, Cognitive Science Seminar, University of Sussex (January)

2011

  • Shea, N. (2011), 'Reward prediction error signals are metarepresentational', Society for Philosophy and Psychology and European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, annual conference, Montreal (July)   
  • Shea, N. (2011), 'Metarepresentation and reward prediction errors in non-human animals', International Society for History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Biology, biennial conference, Salt Lake City (July)
  • Shea, N. (2011), 'Reward prediction error signals are metarepresentational', Cognitive Science Society, annual conference, Boston (July)   
  • Shea, N. (2011), 'Reply to Gopnik', Evolution of Human Cognition seminar, All Souls College, Oxford (June)
  • Shea, N. (2011), 'Reward prediction errors are metarepresentational', St Catz philosophy of mind work-in-progress group, Oxford (May)
  • Shea, N. (2011), 'Reward prediction errors are metarepresentational', lab group presentation, Experimental Psychology, Oxford (April)

2010

  • Shea, N. (2010), Cue, signal, inherited representation. Oxford Brookes University (November)
  • Shea, N. (2010), Consciousness in Vegetative State. Philosophy and Psychology seminar. St. Hilda’s College, Oxford (May)
  • Shea, N. (2010), Parents in evolution: finding out or transmitting blindly? University of Bristol (November)

2009

  • Shea, N., (2010), 'How are concepts involved in reward-guided decision-making?' Short presentation and discussion of the interdisciplinary aspects of this project. James Martin Fellows' Meeting (March)
  • Shea, N., (2009), 'Genetic Information Explains Why Innateness-Related Properties Cluster Together',  University of Nottingham, (2 December)
  • Shea, N., (2009), 'Reading Inherited Information in Dvelopment',  University of Exeter, (9 November)
  • Shea, N., (2009), 'Representations of prediction error', European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Annual Conference. Budapest (August)
  • Shea, N., (2009), 'Imitation as an Inheritance System', British Society for the Philosophy of Science Annual Conference, Norwich, (July)
  • Shea, N., (2009), 'Dynamic Representations at the Shared Circuits Model', Minds, Brains and Beyond, Bristol, (March)
  • Shea, N., (2009), 'Representations in the Cognitive Neuroscience of Decision and Action', James Martin Advanced Research Seminar Series. Oxford (March)
  • Shea, N., (2009), 'Cognition as a perceptual simulation', At the Interface Between Perception and Cognition Workshop. Oxford (January)
  • Shea, N., (2008), Methodology for studying conscious in the vegetative state. Moral Sciences Workshop. Oxford (November)
  • Shea, N., (2008), Conceptual representations in goal-directed decision making. European Platform Workshop. Oxford (September)
  • Shea, N., (2008), Reply to Godfrey-Smith. Festschrift Conference in Honour of Ruth Millikan. University of Connecticut (October)

2008

  • Shea, N., (2008),  Festschrift Conference, University of Connecticut, (October)

   
Mark Sheehan
   

2010

  • Sheehan, M. (2010), Dealing with Incidental Findings in Research’. Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics Seminar Series. Oxford (December)
  • Sheehan, M. (2010), The Ethics of Assent Workshop on Ethics and Law in Paediatric Anaesthesia: Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain & Ireland. London (December)
  • Sheehan, M. (2010), Germ-line modification and research ethics. Conference: Perspectives in Genomic Research St. Anne’s College, Oxford (December)
  • Sheehan, M. (2010), Society in science: Why should we involve the public in research? Paper accepted for presentation at INVOLVE Conference 2010: Public involvement in research: innovation and impact. Nottingham (November )
  • Sheehan, M. (2010), Invited Participant, Wellcome Trust Concept of Community in Bioethics Workshop. Singapore (September )
  • Sheehan, M. (2010), Germ-line modification and research ethics. Part of the Symposium “The ethics of germ-line modification reconsidered”, IAB 10th World Congress of Bioethics. Singapore (September)
  • Sheehan, M. (2010), Direct to consumer genetic testing: why all the fuss?’ Paper accepted for presentation at the IAB 10th World Congress of Bioethics. Singapore (September )
  • Sheehan, M. (2010), Invited Participant, 2nd Synthetic Biology Network Workshop. St Anne’s College, Oxford (July)
  • Sheehan, M. (2010), In Defence of Governance: Ethics and Social Research. Conference: Research ethics in Europe – what is done and how it could be done better. Keele University (July )
  • Sheehan, M. (2010), Society in Science: Why should we involve patients and the public in research? James Martin Advanced Research Seminar Series. Oxford (June )
  • Sheehan, M. (2010), Invited Workshop Participant, ‘Ethical Evaluation and Public Debate: neurological implants and human enhancement’. Lincoln College, Oxford (June )
  • Sheehan, M. (2010), Animals, Arguments and Ethics: “I just don't care about animals that much!” Animal Welfare Science, Ethics and Law Veterinary Association Conference. Bristol (May)
  • Sheehan, M. and Devine, J. (2010), Ethical issues in relation to accepting research grants and contracts. Presentation to the Oxford University Research Committee. Oxford (May )
  • Sheehan, M. and Dunn, M. (2010), In Defence of Governance: Ethics and Social Research. Oxford/Mt Sinai Hospital/Kings College London Bioethics Consortium. Guy's Hospital, London (April)
  • Sheehan, M. (2010), Dealing in Pieces of Silver: Financial Inducements in Research. Seminar series, The Centre for Philosophy, Justice and Health. UCL/UCH BRC, London (March)
  • Sheehan, M. and Beatty, S. (2010), Patient and Public Involvement in Research. Academic Opportunities Seminar, Academic Medical Forum & OUCAGS (Oxford University Clinical Academic Graduate School). John Radcliffe Hospital (March)
  • Sheehan, M. (2010), Dealing in Pieces of Silver: Financial Inducements in Research. Seminar Series, Centre for Ethics in Medicine. University of Bristol (March )
  • Sheehan, M. (2010), Dealing in Pieces of Silver: Financial Inducements in Research. James Martin Advanced Research Seminar Series. Oxford (February )
  • Sheehan, M. (2010), Ethical Issues in Proton Therapy Research. CERN, Geneva (February )
  • Sheehan, M. (2010), Research Ethics and Research Governance. Melbourne University Research Office. Melbourne, Australia (January )

2009

  • Sheehan, M. (2009), Challenges to Informed Consent: In theory and in practice. Research Nurse Network Meeting. Churchill Hospital (December )
  • Sheehan, M. (2009), The Presumption Against Interfering With Nature. James Martin Advanced Research Seminars - MT06. Oxford (24 November)
  • Sheehan, M., (2009), 'Dealing with the Rule of Rescue', presentation on resource allocation to the NHS Chairs meeting  (19 November)
  • Sheehan, M., (2009), 'Ethics of Inducements in Research', Anaesthetics, Ethics & Law Conference, (20-21 November)
  • Sheehan, M. (2009), Informed Consent in Research. Anaesthetics Conference Ethics and Law in Anaesthesia Conference. Oxford (November )
  • Sheehan, M. (2009), In Defence of Governance: Ethics and Social Research. St. Cross Special Ethics Seminar. St Cross College, Oxford (November )
  • Sheehan, M. (2009), Who cares about Research Integrity? Research Integrity Seminar Series,. John Radcliffe Hospital (October)
  • Sheehan, M., (2009), 'Ethics of Healthcare Rationing and Effect on Rehabilitation Services', British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine Silver Jubilee Meeting & AGM 'Silver Goals, Golden Outcomes', St Hugh's College, Oxford, (30 Sept - 2 Oct)
  • Sheehan, M. (2009), What is the role of Ethical, Law and Social issues in the development of Sythetic Biology. Sythetic Biology Workshop, RoSBNet 2009. St Anne's College, Oxford (September)
  • Sheehan, M. (2009), Invited Participant, Royal College of Radiologists, Ethical Management of Research Imaging Meeting. Wellcome Trust, London (July )
  • Sheehan, M., (2009), 'Consent in Research', Research Nurse Group, Churchill Hospital, Oxford, (15 July)
  • Sheehan, M., (2009), 'Ethics', PhD student group, International Student Cancer Conference, London, (5 June)
  • Sheehan, M. (2009), Dealing in Pieces of Silver:  Financial Inducements in Research. Cancer Research UK International Conference. London (June)
  • Sheehan, M., (2009), 'Resource Allocation', London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London, (6 March)
  • Sheehan, M., (2009), Reproductive Genetics, Mark was among 20 experts invited to attend a study group to discuss key issues in controversial areas, or areas of limited research, The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (23-24 February)
  • Sheehan, M., (2009), 'Designer Children and Interfering with Nature',  Queen Mary Law School, London, (13 January)

2008

  • Sheehan, M., (2008), 'Enhancing Children: The Use of Biotechnology in Reproduction', Oxford Global Health Conference John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, (29 March)
  • Sheehan, M. (2008), Air capture technology: a case study in environmental values. James Martin Advanced Research Seminars - HT08. Oxford (4 March)

2007

  • Sheehan, M. and Roache, R. (2007), Some Remarks on the Nature of Human Nature. Human Nature and Bioethics Conference. Hong Kong (December)
  • Sheehan, M. (2007), Designing Children. Genethics: East and West International Conference. Hong Kong (December)
  • Sheehan, M. (2007), Designing Children. James Martin Advanced Research Seminars - MT07. Oxford (9 November)
  • Sheehan, M. (2007), GP training: ‘Resource Allocation and Expensive Treatments’, National Research Ethics Service Workshop, NHS Scotland. Dr Sheehan presented further sessions in January and March 2007 (30 October)
  • Sheehan, M. (2007), 'Ethical issues in Radiology. The role and relevance of public attitudes to the ethical and policy issues and conclusions about future directions in ethics and policy'. Dublin. (27 and 28 October)
  • Sheehan, M. (2007), St Cross College, co-organised with the E-Horizons Institute. Trust & Ethics in e-Science Agenda Setting Workshop (1 September)
  • Sheehan, M. (2007), 'Trust & Ethics in E-Science Agenda Setting ', Trust & Ethics in e-Science Agenda Setting Workshop, St Cross College, Oxford (1 September)
  • Sheehan, M. (2007), 'Unnatural Choices and Unnatural Children:  Designer Children and Interfering with Nature', Society of Applied Philosophy Conference, Birmingham University, (July)
  • Sheehan, M. (2007), 'Drugs, Sport and Interfering with Nature'  Science and Society Public Lecture Series, University of Ulster (19 June)
  • Sheehan, M. (2007), 'Should Research Ethics Scrutiny Take Place in Public', Oxford/Kings/Mt Sinai Consortium of Bioethics, New York, (April)
  • Sheehan, M. (2007), 'Ethics and Human Nature', Royal Institute of Philosophy Public Seminar Series, Centre for Law, Ethics and Society, Keele University (21 March)
  • Sheehan, M. (2007), The Duty to Disclose Adverse Clinical Trial Results. James Martin Advanced Research Seminars - HT07. Oxford (16 February)

2006

  • Sheehan, M. (2006), 'The Presumption Against Interfering With Nature', James Martin Advanced Research Seminars - MT06, Oxford (24 November)  

   
Peter Taylor
   

2012

2011

Taylor, P. (2011), 'Janus, Cerberus, Hydra - Where Business meets Solvency II', Institute of Actuaries Conference "The latest issues surrounding catastrophe modelling", London (29 March)

2010

2009

  • Taylor, P. and Shipley, D., (2009), 'Probably Wrong', Risk, Oxford Doctoral Training Centre, (January)
  • Taylor, P. (2009), The EP Curve's New Clothes. RAA Cat Modeling 2009. Catastrophe Modeling in Uncertain Times. Tampa, USA (18 February 2009)
  • Taylor, P., (2009), 'Probably Wrong - Misapplications of Probability and Statistics to Real-Life  Uncertainty',  Lloyd's of London, (15 July)

2008

  • Taylor, P. (2008), Insurance and Catastrophes . Global Catastrophic Risks Conference. Oxford (July)
  • Taylor, P. (2008), Exposure Management - A Disaster Area? RAA/IUA Catastrophe Modelling from a European Perspective Conference. London (17 June)
  • Taylor, P. (2008), Ten Key Issues Facing Catastrophe Modelers. RAA Cat Modelling 2008 Conference. Tampa (19 February)
  • Raford, N. and Taylor, P. (2008), An Inconvenient Likelihood. Presented at LSE by Noah Raford. London School of Economics
  • Taylor, P. and Hillerbrand, R. (2008), Five humanitarian questions about future human vulnerability. Humanitarian Futures Programme. James Martin 21st Century School, University of Oxford
  • Taylor, P. and Hillerbrand, R. (2008), What is Risk? James Martin 21st Century School, University of Oxford
  • Taylor, P. and Plomer, A. (2008), Patently Complex: Emerging Questions on Patents on Biotechnological Inventions. ESRC Complexity Seminar Series. London School of Economics (26 November)
  • Taylor, P. and Shipley, D. (2008), Probably Wrong. Risk. Smith School for Enterprise and the Environment (24 November)

2007

  • Taylor, P. (2007), 'The Ludic Fallacy', James Martin Advanced Research Seminar, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford, (November)
  • Taylor, P. (2007), Ten key issues in catastrophe modelling. RAA/IUA Conference. London (20 June)
  • Taylor, P. (2007), Emerging Risks. Risk Modelling for P&C Insurers Conference. London (12 April)
  • Taylor, P. and Hillerbrand, R. (2007), Global catastrophic risks:  Nanotechnology. James Martin Advanced Research Seminar. Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford (February)
  • Taylor, P., (2007), 'Insurance and Risk', Entrepreneurial Leadership in Insurance, Zurich, (February)
  • Taylor, P. (2007), Unprecedented Excessive Risks. James Martin Advanced Research Seminar. Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford (January)