04 September 2015
4 and 6 November. Free course for high school teachers. Registration now open.
The foundation is contributing to the 9th edition of the "Teachers and Science" program, organized by Fundació Catalunya – La Pedrera, with a new course on bioethics for high school teachers. The course considers the conflicts raised by biomedical and technological progress, and identifies how to address these issues in a way that is accessible to students.
The course will address issues such as genetic modification, the limits of human reproduction, and research with live human subjects. It will be delivered by Marcel Cano, Lecturer in Ethics at the Department of Theoretical and Applied Philosophy at the University of Barcelona, and Sergio Ramos, philosopher and Master in Citizenship and Human Rights at the University of Barcelona.
4 and 6 November, 4 pm to 8 pm.
The course will be held at the Foundation's offices in Barcelona (Jesús i Maria, 6 Barcelona)
Information and registration http://www.professorsiciencia.cat