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News and analysis on the implications of brain science
Wearable Brain Devices: Buyer Beware
INS Keynote Address: Martha Farah on the Impact of SES
Farah delivered a spirited defense of the fledgling field of neuroethics to a supportive audience on Friday, the final day of the 2019 annual meeting of the International Neuroethics Society (INS), in Chicago.
Neuroethics Essay Contest Winners
The contest, which aims to promote interest in neuroethics among students and postdocs early in their academic careers, awards three prizes:
Academic Essay: Khayla Black, for CNS Intervention in the Courtroom: An Ethical Evaluation of the Rehabilitative Potential of SSRIs
Essay for a General Audience: Sunidhi Ramesh, for Growing Brains: Warnings from a Cell Line that Became Immortal
High School Essy: Prithvi Nathan, for The Right to Neurotechnology: Exploring the Government’s Role on Societal Stratification in the Future of Human Enhancement
Bloggers on Neuroethics
International Neuroethics Society
The Human Brain Project
Ethics and Society
Ethics and Society is part of the Human Brain Project’s research core.
American Association f...
Dialogue on Science, E...
The Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion (DoSER) facilitates communication between scientific and religious communities.
Uehiro Centre for Prac...
The Centre aims to encourage and support debate and deeper rational reflection on practical ethics.
Center for Ethics
Informing responsible applications of neuroscience in research, the clinic, and society as well as engages and activates their communi...
Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics (SCBE)
Research, education, and outreach on ethical issues in medicine and healthcare