Videos

 

 

24th of May 2019: Sabina Leonelli (University of Exeter, UK)

Actionable Data for Precision Oncology: Building Trustworthy Evidence for Exploratory Research and Clinical Diagnostics

 

 

 

16th of May 2019: Fridolin Gross (University of Kassel, Germany)

Occam’s Razor in Molecular and Systems Biology

 

 

 

5th of April 2019: Angela Potochnik (University of Cincinnati, USA)

Causal Patterns and How Our Theories Change

 

 

 

5th of March 2019: Charles Pence (Université catholique du Louvain, Belgium)

“The Wonderful Form of Cosmic Order”: Bringing Statistics to Evolution

 

 

 

27th of September 2018: Lara Keuck (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany)

Borderline cases and effective theories in philosophy of medicine

 

 

 

2nd of July 2018: Paul Griffiths (University of Syndey, Austrlia)

What is an organism, and what is it for? Neo-Aristotelian, Darwinian and post-Hamilton perspectives

 

 

 

20th of June 2018: Samir Okasha (University of Bristol, UK)

The Metaphor of Agency in Biology

 

 

 

6th of June 2018: Alexander Bird (King's College London, UK)

Understanding the Replication Crisis as a Base Rate Fallacy

 

 

 

24th of April 2018: Valerie Hardcastle (University of Cincinnati, USA)

The Microbiome and the Brain: A New Revolution in Neuroscience?

 

 

 

27th of February 2018: Johannes Jäger (Complexity Science Hub, Austria)

Beyond networks: evolutionary dynamics of developmental processes

 

 

 

8th of February 2018: Aleksandra Walczak (ENS Paris, France)

Diversity and prediction in immune receptor repertoires

 

 

 

16th of January 2018: Lauren Ross (Irvine, USA)

Causal concepts in biology: how pathways differ from mechanisms and why it matters

 

 

 

6th of October, 2017: Marc-André Selosse (MNHN)

The evolution of interdependency between symbiotic organisms by neutral evolution

 

 

 

29th of September, 2017: Tim Lewens (HPS, Cambridge Univ., UK)

Science and Values: The Case of ‘Mitochondrial Donation’

 

 

 

13th of July 2017: James Woodward (University of Pittsburgh, USA)

Causation in Biology