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The Global Health Ethics Unit at the World Health Organization in collaboration with the University of York and the Wellcome Trust is pleased to invite you to the inaugural webinar of the Global Health Ethics Seminar Series : “Beyond autonomy: Towards an ethical framework to support healthy ageing”.
Date: Tuesday, 13 October 2015
Time: 12:30, Europe Summer Time (Paris, GMT+02:00)
Science, Medicine and Culture in the Nineteenth Century
Seminars in Michaelmas Term 2015, University of Oxford
We are pleased to announce our Science, Medicine and Culture seminars for 2015. All seminars take place from 5.30 – 7.00, in Seminar Room 3 at St Anne’s College, Oxford. All are welcome, and drinks will be served after each seminar.
Wednesday 28 October 2015
A colloquium is being held in Paris on 15-16 October 2015 on the mid-13th century bibliophile and polymath, Richard de Fournival.
Here is a translation of the announcement: