The Human Being

Technoscientific salvation? Transhumanism and the genetic revolution.

An interview with Denis Alexander

In September, ISCAST Executive Director Chris Mulherin interviewed well-known UK scientist Denis Alexander. Alexander holds a PhD in neurochemistry and conducted research in human genetics, molecular immunology, and cancer for forty years. In 2006 he founded the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion at Cambridge, where was director until 2012.

Legalised Assisted Dying: A forum to explore the implications

Our friends at St Thomas' Burwood are hosting a panel discussion on the complex subject of legalised assisted dying.

Chaired by Michael Dowling, the panel will feature:

Prof David Clarke, psychiatrist
Rev Barbara Colliver, hospital chaplain
Dr Rachel Carling, Board member of the Australian Care Alliance, Right to Life and previously a member of the Legislative Council
Dr Denise Cooper-Clarke, medical ethicist
Dr Adrian Dabscheck, palliative care physician

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