How social sciences can (and must) put humans back into space commerce and governance

30 March @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Engineering and political will, coupled with humanity’s irrepressible urge to explore, have created unprecedented opportunities in space.How quickly we support social sciences research will determine how equitable and desirable that future is.

Join Laura Anne Edwards, innovation catalyst, hosting a lively discussion with Karl Schroeder, science fiction author and foresight practitioner and Guy-Philippe Goldstein, cyber defence expert and author.

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30 March
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Saïd Business School
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