Monday, 20 June 2005, 12:00AM
Great Hall, Guildhall

Should We Trust The Scientists?

Professor The Lord Winston

The 2005 Gresham Special Lecture was given at The Great Hall, Guildhall, delivered by Professor The Lord Winston.
Introduced by: Lord Sutherland of Houndwood KT, Provost, Gresham College

This was the 2005 Special Lecture. Other Gresham Special Lectures can be accessed here: 
     2013 - The New Face of Europe by Sir Richard Lambert
     2012 - Parliament and the Public: Strangers or Friends? by The Rt Hon John Bercow
     2011 - Reinventing the Wheel by Sir Adam Roberts
     2010 - The Challenges of the new Supreme Court by the Rt Hon the Lord Philips
     2009 - The Ascent of Money by Professor Niall Ferguson
     2008 - Early Christianity and Today by the Archbishop of Canterbury
     2007 - The Beauty of Holiness and its Perils by Sir Roy Strong
     2006 - Walking the Line by Baroness Kennedy of the Shaws
     2004 - Science in a complex world by Sir Martin Rees
     2002 - Towards freedom from hunger by Professor M S Swaminathan  
     2001 - Commerce and Culture in the Late 20th Century by Professor Charles Saumarez Smith  
     2000 - A Global Ethic - A Challenge for the New Millennium by Professor Hans Küng  

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Lord Robert Winston, Professor of Fertility Studies at Imperial College, London University, is a world-renowned and widely respected fertility expert, best known for his series of award winning BBC programmes which include The Human Body, Secret Life of Twins  and Superhuman. His extensive contributions to clinical medicine include the development of gynaecological microsurgery, the first human ‘test tube baby’ in 1978 and the first successful experimental fallopian tube and ovarian transplant. His latest ground breaking research has pioneered techniques in the transfer of germ cells between males to enable male surrogacy.

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20 June 2005

Should We Trust The Scientists?
Professor The Lord Winston

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