Reporter 410, 17 November 1997
A Centre for Science and Religion the first of its kind in the UK has been established at the University. Over 20 members of staff with expertise in biology, history, physics, theology, psychiatry, sociology and medicine have come together to promote research on the many areas of interaction between science and religion. All branches of the sciences and all religions are included in the research remit. The Centre will offer public lectures as well as undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. A new MA programme in Science and Religion is also planned. The Centres directors are Dr Jacqui Stewart and Professor Geoffrey Cantor.
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