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Ph.D. Mark BEDAU Professor of Philosophy and Humanities, Reed College; Adjunct Professor of Systems Science, Portland State University, Portland

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1985-1991 Assistant Professor, Dartmouth College, Hanover
1992-2000 Associate Professor, Reed College, Portland
2000-2002 Visiting Professor of Zoology, University of Oklahoma, Norman
2005 Research Scientist in Electronic Engineering, Dublin City University, Dublin
2009-2011 Director of ISSP, University of Southern Denmark, Odense
since 2000 Professor, Reed College, Portland

Memberships

Science Advisory Board, European Center for Living Technology
International Advisory Board, Centre in Complex Systems Simulation, University of Southampton

Publications

M. A. Bedau and P. Humphreys: Emergence: contemporary readings in philosophy and science. Cambridge: MIT Press, eds. 2008
S. Rasmussen, M. A. Bedau, L. Chen, D. Deamer, D. C. Krakauer, N. H. Packard, P. F. Stadler: Protocells: bridging nonliving and living matter. Cambridge: MIT Press, eds. 2009
M. A. Bedau and E. C. Parke: The ethics of protocells: moral and social implications of creating life in the laboratory. Cambridge: MIT Press, eds. 2009
M. A. Bedau, C. E. Cleland: The nature of life: classical and contemporary perspectives from philosophy and science. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, eds. 201

Awards

EC FP7 grant Synthetic bio for the Environment
Los Alamos LDRD grant Protocell assembly
EC FP6 grant Programmable artificial cell
Adjunct Prof, Systems Science, Portland State University