To See or Not to See?

The Emmanuel Centre for the Study of Science Religion and Society runs an annual seminar program discussing issues arising from the academy.  Our first seminar for 2016 was presented by Scott Stephens, Editor of ABC Online’s Religion and Ethics website. Entitled “To See or Not to See:  Recovering […]

A Dangerous Education

As the academic year begins, students return to university campuses seeking knowledge and experience.  At Emmanuel College within The University of Queensland, Pastor Nathan Campbell challenged students beginning their studies for the year to resist safety and instead to pursue a more dangerous, but ultimately more rewarding, way of engaging with […]

Emmanuel Centre to host bioethics panel

Later this year the Emmanuel Centre will host a bioethics-themed panel discussion. One of the key contributors to this panel will be Dr Nathan Palpant. Nathan recently left the University of Washington to lead his own laboratory at UQ’s Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB). His research focuses on […]

A good read for the New Year

Emmanuel Centre Director Leigh Trevaskis has been searching out some interesting reading to start the New Year: No doubt you have plenty to read coming out the other side of Christmas. But the following review of Eugene Vodolazkin’s newly translated Russian novel Laurus makes me think it will […]