Advancing Agriculture: How can crop science and technology contribute to feeding nine billion people?
December 14-15, 2009
The inaugural Sackler Forum included presentations by experts on the various ways in which recent and imminent developments could contribute towards meeting the food supply challenge. The topics were aligned with major reports from the Royal Society and the National Academy of Sciences addressing food production and agriculture and were focused on three major themes: challenges for global agriculture, crop improvement and crop management, and science and policy in the public and private sectors.
Neuroscience and the Law
March 2-3, 2011
The second Sackler Forum brought together experts for presentations and moderated discussions in the following areas: neuroscience in court, mind reading (including a discussion of lie detection, pain, and false memory), criminal responsibility and sentencing, moral reasoning and psychopathy, and the developing brain.