Sussex academics explore some of the most intriguing questions of our age in this new series of video interviews. From the implications of corruption in global politics to the latest in our understanding of consciousness, each interview is intended to encourage discussion and collaboration in connection with the University of Sussex Research Themes, as well as being of interest to wider audiences.
What are the risks of researching a deadly virus?
Stefan Elbe, Professor of International Relations, discusses the dangers of publishing academic research about the H5N1 virus with Professor Jackie Cassell, Research Theme Leader, Environment and Health.
Professor Elbe is Director of the Centre for Global Health Policy.
The Centre’s annual conference is on Tuesday 17 July and will focus on Doing Global Health in the context of crisis, conflict and disaster. More information is available on the Centre’s events pages.