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We engage and connect nationally and internationally to share knowledge and tackle the most pressing challenges of the modern world. As Scotland’s National Academy, we provide independent expert advice to government and inspire the next generation of innovative thinkers.
Prostate cancer continues to pose considerable controversies, and to attract interest and attention from the public, the media, scientists and urologists alike. This presentation will take you through a journey of evidence-based knowledge, examining in turn the old, the new, the good, the bad and the future, in managing this common and ubiquitous disease.
In her new book ‘All That Remains’, Professor Dame Sue Black FRSE approaches the subject of death with clarity, authenticity, humanity and humour. Join Professor Black in Dumfries to hear first hand, how forensic science has developed, and what her work has taught her.
Interdisciplinary learning (IDL) helps people to solve problems and tackle challenges that are beyond the scope of any single subject. The conference brought together thinkers, policy makers, teachers, lecturers and employers to explore this vital topic further.