Science and Christian Faith in 2012: An Enduring Partnership


13/07/2012 - 16/07/2012    
4:00 pm


Queens' College
Cambridge University, Cambridge, CBT 9ET, U
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A four day Christians in Science residential conference at Queens’ College Cambridge.
13th – 16th July 2012

Conference registration has now closed. For enquiries about last-minute registration e-mail

Plenary Sessions:

History of Science and Religion, Cosmology, The Neurosciences, Biology, Ethical Challenges, Creation Care, Using Science for the Benefit of Others and Computers and Artificial Intelligence.

Confirmed Speakers include:

Confirmed Speakers: Denis Alexander (Cambridge), John Hedley Brooke (ISSR), John Bryant (Exeter), Allan Chapman (Oxford), Peter Clarke (Lausanne), Mike Clifford (Nottingham), Alasdair Coles (Cambridge), Simon Conway Morris (Cambridge), Elaine Ecklund (Rice University), Peter Harris (A Rocha), Katharine Hayhoe (Texas Tech), Rodney Holder (Cambridge), Colin Humphreys (University of Cambridge), Gareth Jones (Otago), Ed Larson (Pepperdine), Alister McGrath (KCL), Jonathan Moo (Whitworth), Bill Newsome (Stanford), Joe Perry (Rothamsted), John Polkinghorne (Cambridge), Lionel Tarassenko (Oxford), Bob White (Cambridge), Jennifer Wiseman (NASA), John Wyatt (UCL).


The conference programme can be downloaded here:
CiS Residential Conference Programme (pdf)
More details of talk titles will be added as soon as they are confirmed.

Posters and Parallel Sessions:

Submissions are invited for both parallel sessions and for posters and can be on any topic of your choice that fits in with the overall theme of the conference. Parallel sessions will consist of short talks of about 10-15 mins maximum.

Abstracts (using the template provided below) should be e-mailed to no later than May 31st 2012.

Poster and parallel session – abstract template

Conference Poster:

The conference poster can be downloaded here

More Conference Information:

This presentation (2.2 MB) provides more information about the conference, Queens’ College and Cambridge. To find out more about Queens’ College go to their website.


The pricing structure for residential and non-residential delegates can be found on the registration form which can be downloaded here:
CiS Residential Conference Registration Form

Alternative Accommodation:

If you would prefer not to stay in Queens’ College then there are plenty of hotels and bed and breakfasts in Cambridge and the surrounding area.  Some suggestions for alternative accommodation can be found here.


Registration for the conference is now open.  To register, all attendees are required to complete this registration form and to return it to  If you wish to pay by card, please do so online at  If you wish to pay by cheque or bank transfer, please indicate this on your registration form, and the Conference Secretariat, Maggi Churchouse, will send you an invoice.

Maggi Churchouse Events
3 East Barn
Market Weston Road
IP22 1JJ


E-mail for more information.