Publications

Books

 praegercover Willmott C and Macip S (2016)Where Science and Ethics Meet: Dilemmas at the frontiers of medicine and biology. Praeger Publishers Inc
“The most readable introductory bioethics book I have ever come across. Impressively up-to-date and informative, it grips the reader with its strong sense of narrative. Strongly recommended.”
 determinism cover Willmott C (2016)  Biological Determinism, Free Will and Moral Responsibility: Insights from genetics and neuroscience. Springer Briefs in Ethics
“A remarkably lucid account of the relevance of science for the debate on free will and determinism… an impressive prudential approach, balancing the reliability of scientific achievement with caution about its applicability to criminal courts.”
 jugar Macip S and Willmott C (2015) Jugar a Ser Dios: Los dilemas morales de la ciencia (Spanish). Universidad De Valencia
 catalan Macip S and Willmott C (2014; Second print 2017) Jugar a Ser Déus. Els dilemes morals de la ciència (Catalan). Bromera
“A gem. Interesting, entertaining. Recommended for all audiences.”

Other peer-reviewed publications

Willmott CJR (2015) Teaching bioethics via the production of student-generated videos Journal of Biological Education 49:127-138

Willmott C (2013) Headline Bioethics: Engagement with bioethics in the news Bioscience Education 21:3-6

Green B and Willmott C (2013) The Cybermen and Human.2 in New Dimensions of Doctor Who: Exploring Space, Time and Television (Reading Contemporary Television), edited by Matt Hills. I B Tauris

Willmott CJR (2011c) “Here’s one we prepared earlier”: involving former students in careers advice Bioscience Education 18-3SE

Willmott CJR (2011b) Bioethics in Effective Learning in the Life Sciences: how students can achieve their full potential, edited by DJ Adams, pp 175-194. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell (see Author’s final draft)

Willmott CJR (2011a) Introduction to experimental design: can you smell fear? Journal of Biological Education 45:102-105

Green B and Willmott C (2011) “Ain’t We All the Same? Underneath, Ain’t We All Kin?” Humans, Daleks and the Species Problem in Doctor Who and Philosophy (Popular Culture and Philosophy), edited by CG Lewis and P Smithka, pp 99-110  (pre-publication proofs in Leicester Research Archive)

Bevan R, Badge J, Cann A, Willmott C and Scott J (2008) Seeing eye-to-eye? Staff and student views on feedback Bioscience Education E-journal 12-1

Willmott C (2007) ‘You have 45 minutes, starting from now’: helping students develop their exam essay skills Bioscience Education E-journal 9-C2

Willmott C (2006) Never again shout “That WOULD have been useful for my teaching at the TV Bioscience Education E-journal 7-C1

Willmott C (2005) What makes the best learning experience? Bioscience Education E-journal 5-C1

Willmott CJR and Wellens J (2004) Teaching about bioethics through authoring of websites Journal of Biological Education 39:27-31

Willmott CJR, Bond AN, Bryant JB, Maw SJ, Sears HJ and Wilson JM (2004) Teaching ethics to bioscience students – a survey of undergraduate provision Bioscience Education E-journal 3-9

Willmott CJR, Clark RP and Harrison TM (2003) Introducing undergraduate students to scientific reports Bioscience Education E-journal 1-10

Willmott CJR and Harrison TM (2003) An exercise to teach students about plagiarism Journal of Biological Education 37:139-140

Willmott CJR (2001) Revision bingo Biochemical and Molecular Biology Education 29:193-195

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Other publications

Willmott C (2016) Science on screen Viewfinder 103:12-13

Willmott C (2015) Putting the moving image to work in biochemistry education The Biochemist 37(6):29-31

Willmott C (2014) Boxing clever – television as a teaching tool Times Higher Education (28th August 2014)

Willmott C (2012) Life after biochemistry – developing careers advice for undergraduates The Biochemist 34(4):4-6

Willmott C (2011) The ethics of being a scientist, in Ethics in the biosciences: Resources, references and tools for ethics teaching in the biosciences. Edited by K Clark K, C Willmott, J Bryant, S Meskin, J Peacock and S Maw. Leeds, UK: UK Centre for Bioscience

Green B, Willis D and Willmott C (2009) Sharing the vision: exploiting Web 2.0 technologies in promoting the use of multimedia in bioethics education Conference Proceedings of 7th and 8th International DIVERSE Conference, p.40-44

Willmott C and Badge J (2008) Ethics and Plagiarism: helping students write right The Biochemist 30(6):12-15

Willmott C and Willis D (2008) The increasing significance of ethics in the bioscience curriculum Journal of Biological Education 42:99-102

Willmott C (2007) Bioethics and media in education Viewfinder 69:6-7

Willmott C (2007) As seen on TV: using video clips in science teaching Proceedings of the Science Learning and Teaching Conference 2007, p.300-302

Kramer C, Barber R, Cashmore A, Dalgleish R, Suter-Giorgini N and Willmott C (2007) Linking DNA structure and sequencing using model based learning Proceedings of the Science Learning and Teaching Conference 2007, p.107-109

Willmott C (2006) Do we assume too much? (editorial) Bioscience Education E-journal 8-0

Willmott C (2006) Assessing feedback and offering feedback on assessment (editorial) Bioscience Education E-journal 7-0

Willmott C (2005) Why do we do what we do? (editorial) Bioscience Education E-journal 6-0

Willmott C and Bryant J (2005) Engaging with the ethical implications of science Proceedings of the Science Learning and Teaching Conference 2005, p.85-89

Willmott C (2005) Lost in e-space? (editorial) Bioscience Education E-journal 5-0

Willmott C (2005) A contextualised writing programme for biological scientists Conference Proceedings, Writing Development in Higher Education: Valuing and Evaluating Writing in Higher Education; Sheffield, May 2004, proceedings published 2005

Willmott C (2004) Stronger together (editorial) Bioscience Education E-journal 4-0

Willmott C (2004) All systems go here at admissions control Times Higher Education Supplement (August 27th, p. 22) Opinion piece on being an Admissions Tutor

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