Tue 26th May, 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Virtual re-stream event – watch on Facebook
With the recent growth in popularity of wearables, are fun stepping competitions with your friends the advent of something more sinister? Come and hear about advances in health data science from Dr Heather Morgan, and what they might mean.
Heather is a multidisciplinary social scientist whose training spans law, French language, forensic medicine, philosophy, gender studies, social research, sociology, criminology and health services research. She is Lecturer in Applied Health Sciences, University of Aberdeen, and has a special interest in digital health and daily life. Heather belongs to several national and international research groups and is co-founder of the SAGES Fora ‘Pollinating Wellbeing’. Heather is co-creator/developer of Aberdeen’s original, free-to-play, location-based, augmented reality game for iOS devices: [m]apping.
Join us as we relive this past Cafe Sci Cambridge talk, which took place in March 2018 as part of the Cambridge Science Festival.
Location: Cafe Sci Cambridge Facebook page
Free, no booking required