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Taking people’s moral concerns seriously
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2017-09-19
Moral panic in the intellect
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2017-09-06
Are you a person or an animal?
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2017-08-30
We philosophize when we do not know how to think
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2017-08-14
Nudging people in the right direction
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2017-06-27
When “neuro” met “ethics”
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2017-06-13
Internal investigation of research misconduct often fails
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2017-05-30
Research is not a magical practice
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2017-05-16
Where to publish and not to publish in bioethics – the 2017 list
Source: Stefan 2017-05-09
Fear of the unknown produces ghosts
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2017-04-26
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- Moving away from anthropocentric views of personal identity 2017-08-31
- DEBATE: Who is responsible when technology decides for us? 2017-05-18
- James Giordano joins the CRB neuroethics team 2017-03-14
- Stem cells: a new type of biobank material? 2017-03-06
- A new Swedish legal framework for handling alleged misconduct 2017-03-06
- B3Africa: first 18 months 2017-03-03
- New Swedish legal officer in the BBMRI-ERIC ELSI helpdesk 2017-03-03
- We need to discuss the ethics of technology 2017-03-01
- Ulrik Kihlbom Associate Professor of Medical Ethics 2017-03-01
- New study on children’s rights in biomedicine 2017-01-24
- New research ethics training for supervisors 2016-12-20
- Swedish research data inquiry on exceptions 2016-12-13
- New research on cyber governance of health data 2016-12-09
- Legal aspects of direct-to-consumer genetic testing 2016-12-07
- Swedish radio about genetics, ethics and law 2016-11-10
- Funding for ethical and legal aspects of stem cell research 2016-11-02
- Giving patients a voice in drug development 2016-10-18
- Parent’s views on genetic screening before pregnancy 2016-10-17
- We need to discuss equity in health care 2016-10-04
- Managing data protection in practice – Swedish perspectives 2016-09-26
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