Law, Science and Technology Program
Events

The UQ Law, Science and Technology Program host a range of events that aim to bring together a diverse array of speakers to facilitate the analysis and synthesis of law, science and technology in a way that actively creates connections between the varieties of perspectives and concerns between law and the sciences.

UQ Law, Science and Technology Seminar Series

From Quantified Self to Quantified Other

5 June 2017 12:00pm1:00pm
Presenter: Dr. Patrick C. Shih, Assistant Professor of Informatics, School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University Bloomington.

UQ Law, Science, and Technology Program Career Panel

31 July 2017 4:00pm5:00pm
The UQ Law, Science and Technology Program in the TC Beirne School of Law is hosting a Career Panel aimed at law students with an interest in science and technology.
CRISPR Gene Editing Technologies

CRISPR Gene Editing Technologies: The legal, ethical, and social implications Colloquium

18 September 2017 5:00pm7:00pm
Professor Jimmy Botella, School of Agriculture, the University of Queensland, Assistant Professor Ben Hurlbut, School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University, and Associate Professor Ainsley Newson, Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, University of Sydney

Digital India

28 April 2017 5:30pm6:30pm
Presented by Sunil Abraham, Executive Director of Centre of Internet and Society.

Big Data and Algorithmic Control

27 April 2017 2:00pm5:00pm
Presented by Sunil Abraham, Executive Director of Centre of Internet and Society.

Software Patents

26 April 2017 2:00pm5:00pm
Presented by Sunil Abraham, Executive Director of Centre of Internet and Society.

Internet Governance

24 April 2017 2:00pm5:00pm
Presented by Sunil Abraham, Executive Director of Centre of Internet and Society.

Bringing Shadow Information Protection Practices into the Light

3 April 2017 12:00pm1:00pm
Professor Lizzie Coles-Kemp, Royal Holloway, University of London

The Faces and Masks of Anonymity Seminar

23 February 2017 12:00pm1:00pm
Anonymity is considered synonymous with a democratic society, but in the age of ubiquitous computing and social media individual privacy and government and corporate secrecy has been rendered almost impossible to sustain.