James Revill attended a Royal Society roundtable on the issue of 'Neuroscience, Conflict, and Security'.
London, United Kingdom - James Revill attended a Royal Society roundtable meeting on the issue of neuroscience, conflict, and security; specifically addressing the issue of dual-use education and awareness-raising in neuroscience which took place on Friday, 16 March.
The meeting included a session on the outcome of the BWC Seventh Review Conference in December 2011 and an overview of neuroscience and the dual-use challenge.
The meeting report, which was jointly produced by Fellows from the Royal Society and the Harvard Sussex Program, is available from the Royal Society’s In Verba blog.
Follow the link to the report “Dual Use Education in Neuroscience”.‹‹ Back