Christians in Science

Norwich

Science and Faith in Norfolk is the CiS group in the Norwich area. To contact please go to here , our Facebook page or the SFN Secretary on sfnorfolk1@gmail.com

Upcoming Events:

Monday 6th November
Caring for the weakest: Ethical challenges in managing sick and premature babies.
Dr Amanda Ogilvy-Stuart, Clinical Director of Rosie Hospital Cambridge and Senior Member of St Edmunds College Cambridge.
The development of neonatal intensive care has enabled the survival of ever-smaller and more premature babies, and babies with severe congenital abnormalities. How do doctors and parents manage the issues that arise as a result? Dr Amanda Ogilvy-Stuart will explain some of the ethical guidelines in neonatal care and provide her own insights from the viewpoint of a Christian doctor.
7.30 – 8.45 pm
Trinity Meeting Place, Essex St, Norwich. NR2 2BJ

Monday 5th March 2018
God in the Science Lab: curiosity, awe and the meaning of life.
Dr Ruth Bancewicz, Faraday Institute, Cambridge. Dr Bancewicz will base her talk on her new book exploring the relationship between science and faith. God in the Lab: How science enhances faith.
7.30 – 8.45 pm
Trinity Meeting Place, Essex St. NR2 2BJ

 

Previous Events:

July 2017
Selfish Genes and Altruistic Animals: What can we learn about Ethics from Evolution?
Dr Peter Woodford (Dep Zoology, Cambridge)

March 2017
Can a scientist believe in Miracles?
Revd Dr Rodney Holder, (The Faraday Institute, St Edmund’s College, Cambridge)

Sept 2016
Quantum Spirituality – is there such a thing?
Dr Peter Bussey (University of Glasgow)

July 2016
Neuroscience and Freewill: studying an illusion?
Daniel De Haan, Cambridge Neuroscience/Theology Dept

May 2016
“Nanoscience: a new aspect of God’s creation”
Speaker: Professor Russell Cowburn

March 2016
“Evolution and Adam: Reality, Myth and Symbolism”
8th Annual Science Faith Lecture in Norwich Cathedral
Speaker: Dr Denis Alexander, Faraday Institute, Cambridge.

November 2015
“Are natural disasters acts of God?” 
Professor Bob White (Cambridge Geophysicist)