Building on AAAS's long-standing commitment to relate scientific knowledge and technological development to the purposes and concerns of society at large, the Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion (DoSER) facilitates communication between scientific and religious communities. 

 

 

 
 

DoSER Workshops

DoSER workshops bring together groups to discuss important issues in the science, ethics and religion discussion.

2011

Scientific Horizons and Seminary Education Workshop
6-7 November 2011, Washington, DC

2005

AAAS Workshop on Behavioral Genetics
Brought to you in conjunction with: Society of Christian
Ethics/Society of Jewish Ethics

6-9 January 2005, Miami, FL

2004

Theology, Education, and Public Policy Workshops (TEPP)
12-13 January 2004 – Gallaudet University, Washington , DC

2003-2004

Exploring the Origin, Extent, and Future of Life: Philosophical, Ethical, and Theological Perspectives (PET) 
Origin of Life 21-23 February 2003, Washington, DC
Extent of Life 14–16 November 2003, Washington, DC
Future of Life 12-14 November 2004, Washington, DC

2002

International Jewish Discourse Project on Religion and Ethics at the Frontier of Genetic Medicine
7-11 December 2002 – Washington DC
29-30 July 2002 – San Francisco, CA
8-11 December 2001 – Washington DC

2001

Science and the Spiritual Quest 
21-23 October 2001- Boston, MA

Genomics, Robotics, and Nanotechnology Seminar 14-15 February 2001

Behavioral Genetics
In partnership with the AAAS Program on Scientific Freedom, Responsibility and Law and the Hastings Center on Bioethics
2001

Religious Community Consultation on the Teaching of Evolution in Public Schools
With the support of the Klingenstein Foundation and in collaboration with the National Center for Science Education (NCSE)
11 January 2001

1999

Stem Cell Research Working Group
1999-2000

Inheritable Genetic Modification Working Group
1999

1998

The Neurosciences and Religion
February 10, 1998 – Mt. Airy, Philadelphia

1997-1996

Genetic Patenting Dialogue 
1996-1997

Genetic Discrimination Working Group
1996