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PostedAugust 22, 2016 AT 10:00 AM
$OCIAL JUSTICE & BIOETHICS: The Rich, The Poor, and the Re$t of Us
When: October 6-8, 2016 in Salt Lake City, Utah
Submit abstracts by September 9, 2016: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=2016seac
More information: https://rit.edu/cla/ethics/seac/conferences.html
October 6th 9 a.m.
“The Significance of Injustice for Bioethics”
Leslie Francis, JD, PhD
Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and Law, U of Utah
October 7th 9 a.m.
“Ethical Obligations and Designer Genes”
Mario Capecchi, Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine
Distinguished Professor of Human Genetics & Biology, U of Utah
October 8th 9 a.m.
“Ethics At the Edge of Science”
Insoo Hyun, Professor of
Bioethics and Philosophy, Case Western University
October 8th 12 p.m.
“Clinical Trials: The Possibility of Assent”
James A. Anderson, Professor of Communication, U of ...
PostedJune 7, 2016 AT 12:50 PM
The Duke Initiative for Science & Society invites applications for the 2016-2017 Science & Society Robotics, Autonomous Technology and Policy Post-Doctoral Fellowship Program. This fellowship is intended for individuals with a PhD in robotics or engineering related fields interested in an academic or policy career working on the intersection of robotics and society.
The Duke Initiative for Science & Society (“Science & Society”) examines the wide-ranging and integral role of science in social institutions and culture. Science & Society integrates and fosters innovation in related research, education, and engagement at Duke by adopting an interdisciplinary approach to understanding how science and human endeavors intersect with a specific focus on ethical, legal, and social implications for science. For more info: http://scienceandsociety.duke.edu/.
Research in the Humans and Autonomy Lab focuses ...
Cities are embedded within larger-scale engineered infrastructures (e.g., electric power, water supply, and transportation networks) that convey natural resources over large distances for use by people living there. Their sustainability therefore depends upon complex, cross-scale interactions ...
This paper describes an interdisciplinary education program offered to cohorts of graduate students from the United States, India, and China. Developed by an interdisciplinary team of university instructors from the three countries, the curriculum explores how the interaction of engineered ...
Adopted in 1966, and revised most recently in 2009, the AAUP's Statement on Professional Ethics outlines the organization's commitment to intellectual freedom and the pursuit of learning.
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