A conference sponsored by the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law is playing to an international audience as a result of a radio report produced by a faculty member at Arizona State University. Pauline Davies, a faculty member at the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, attended the April 13 conference, "The Law and Ethics of Brain Scanning: The Next Big Thing Coming Soon to a Courtroom Near You?" It was presented by the College's Center for the Study of Law, Science, & Technology and held at the Sandra Day O'Connor U.S. Courthouse in downtown Phoenix. Davies, a science journalist who spent 12 years with the BBC, interviewed Gary Marchant, a law professor and the Center's executive director, Clark Miller, an associate professor in the ASU Department of Political Science, and several other conference participants for her report, "Mind Reading: Neuroscience in the Witness Stand." It was aired on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's program, All In The Mind, on June 23. You can listen to Davies' report and read a transcript of it here.