Centre for Applied Philosophy of Science

Centre for Applied Philosophy of Science (CAPS)

CAPS - a Centre for Applied Philosophy of Science at HH NMBU


Stephen Mumford

Celebration of the official opening of CAPS

CAPS would like to welcome everyone to the official opening of the centre. There will be a reception with drinks and cake, and philosopher Stephen Mumford will talk about free will.

Elena Rocca

CAPS presents lecture series

The official opening of our new Centre for Applied Philosophy of Science at NMBU is marked with a lecture series, CAPS presents. The lectures are open for all.

Samantha Copeland

Interdisciplinary society on serendipity - and a new CAPS publication

In this interview, CAPS philosopher Samantha Copeland explains what serendipity, and the Serendipity Society, is all about. We also learn more about her new article on serendipity for Synthese.

Rani Lill Anjum and Elena Rocca at the ECAP9 conference in Munich

Report from the Philosophy of Pharmacology session at the 9th Congress of Analytic Philosophy (ECAP9)

Representing the CauseHealth project, Elena Rocca and Rani Anjum went to ECAP9 in Munich in August for a joint session on the philosophy of pharmacology.


CAPS is part of the NMBU School of Economics and Business. We are located in the Tower Building, campus Ås (photo).
Our research is at the interface between philosophy and science.
We engage researchers, practitioners and students in critical reflections concerning philosophical motivations for scientific methodology, norms and practices.

Rani Lill Anjum is the centre leader of CAPS.

Contact information

CAPS Centre for Applied Philosophy of Science
School of Economics and Business
PO Box 5003
1432 Aas

Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)

Contact us

Contact info

Click above to find
specific contact info.

Visit us