- ‘Cellular Utopias: Protoplasm and Early Twentieth-Century Synthetic Biology’ (Robert Brain)
- ‘Thomas Hunt Morgan and the invisible genes: using the artificial to discover the natural’ (Guilia Frezza and Mauro Capocci)
- ‘Why ‘Wild Type’? Historical Understandings of Nature, Species and Variation and the Field-Lab Threshold’ (Tarquin Holmes)
- ‘Women, science and technical subjectivity in Britain c.1860-1900′ (Tom Quick)
- ‘Drawings, poetry, videos and embryology: from Haeckel to Garstang and beyond’ (Simon Rundle, John Spicer, and Oliver Tills)
Additionally, there will be two forums, on the themes of ‘Can experimental intervention be natural?’ and ‘Towards a philosophy of variation’.
More information at the conference website: http://exeter2014.wordpress.com/
Fonte: Tarquin Holmes e James Lowe via Mersenne