By Victor Pedrosa, PhD student representative
Few things are more effective in motivating PhD students and researchers to take a break from their ‘Nobel Prize-winning’ research than pizza, drinks and the promise of an interesting talk.
The Bioengineering PhD student representatives organised a talk on data ethics on Friday 9th of March. The topic was widely popular and the event was well-attended. There were some lively discussions over pizza and drinks in room 301.C at the Royal School of Mines Building.
Is data science intrinsically ethically good?
People mingled before the start of the talk, to get the food distraction out of the way, then Dr.