After studying this course, you should be able to:
demonstrate an awareness of the roles and responsibilities of the modern scientist
demonstrate an insight as a scientist into the social and ethical aspects of scientific research
understand the rationale and role of certain contemporary tools for science governance, especially public and stakeholder engagement/consultation
recognise opportunities to contribute to discussion and debate on the social and ethical aspects of science, either as a scientist (participating in debates about scientific work) or as a citizen (participating outside of a scientific discipline).