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ECLAS IN THE NEWS ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY ATTENDS ECLAS AI EVENT

On Wednesday 3 November 2021 the ECLAS team held an event for bishops and policy advisors at Lambeth Palace, focusing on AI and Ethics. Among the attendees at the event were the Archbishop of Canterbury,...

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ECLAS IN THE NEWS Science News Round-Up: Losing the Wilderness

According to new data, the UK has lost over half of its biodiversity since the industrial revolution and is now one of the most nature-depleted countries in the world. Partly attributed to urban sprawl and...

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SCIENCE AND RELIGION Introducing Faith and Thought, 1865-1897

This is a guest post from Dr Ian Randall, Research Associate at the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide, on behalf of Faith and Thought (formerly The Victoria Institute). The Early Years of the Victoria Institute...

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RESEARCH Science News Round-Up: Life in the Unlikeliest Places

Life, but not as we know it? Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU It was headline news when NASA’s Perseverance rover successfully landed on Mars in February this year. It’s since dropped out of the mainstream news, but...

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RESEARCH Is God calling you to be a scientist?

This is a guest post written by Dr Richard Gunton from Church Scientific. Science is big in our culture. Scientific knowledge and its pursuit constitute a major theme in education, media and the economy, yet...

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CHURCH ACTION Three things I learned from our Scientists in Congregations gathering

In July we announced grants totalling £400,000 to 23 organisations across England and Wales. We had the privilege, earlier this month, of welcoming 33 delegates from 21 of those projects to celebrate their success here...

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RESEARCH Science News Round Up: Apocalypse Now?

  Science news this month has been dominated by engagement with the latest report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The report was hard-hitting. Climate change is no longer only visible in particularly...

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SCIENCE AND RELIGION Sunday Mornings and Citizen Science

This article first appeared in the June 18th edition of the Methodist Recorder under the title ‘Encountering the Otter’. Sunday mornings over the last year have looked different for many of us, and required us...

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