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ill. ; 22 cm.Introduction --; 1.; Creating the superathlete --; 2.; How will we do it? --; 3.; Drawing lines --; 4.; Challenges and risks --; 5.; Parents : guardians or gardeners? --; 6.; Will we create a "genobility"? --; 7.; Playing God --; 8.; The choices ahead --; Notes --; Glossary --; Acknowledgments --; Index."A Caravan book"--T.p. verso./ Includes bibliographical references (p. 231-258) and index.Ronald M. Green. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource
(OCoLC)ocm07278246James H. Jones.ill. ; 24 cm.Includes indexes.Bibliography: p. 256-262.
ill. ; 24 cm.Includes bibliographical references (p. -486) and index.Daniel J. Kevles. More Records: Show record informationBook
Cambridge University Pressill. ; 24 cm.Preface -- Introduction: making space for science policy -- Science policy, structures and boundaries -- Understanding the social contract for science -- Challenging the social contract for science -- Assuring the integrity of science -- Assuring the productivity of science -- Between politics and science -- Notes -- References -- Index.Publisher descriptionhttp://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/description/cam029/99012786.htmlTable of contentshttp://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/toc/cam026/99012786.htmlIncludes bibliographical references (p. 185-205) and index.National bibliography no: GBA0-20026David H. Guston. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 19990202
97044169edited by Jeffrey P. Kahn, Anna C. Mastroianni, Jeremy Sugarman.25 cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.
24 cm.ch. 1. In the beginning -- ch. 2. Genetic imperialism: the new world order of biotechnology -- ch. 3. Agribusiness and biotechnology: new crops and food problems -- ch. 4. Does genetic engineering have a place in organic agriculture -- ch. 5. Genetically engineered animals and the new "pharm" animal factories -- ch. 6. How prevalent and safe are genetically engineered foods -- ch. 7. Biotechnology and genetic pollution -- ch. 8. Scientific and bioethical issues in genetic-engineering biotechnology -- ch. 9. Corporate ethics in biotechnology: hard choices, soft paths -- ch. 10. Where do we draw the line -- ch. 11. Saving the seeds of humanity from spiritual corruption.Includes bibliographical references and index.Michael W. Fox. More Records: Show record informationBook
ill. ; 25 cm.Relationships in research: a new paradigm / Nancy M.P. King, Gail E. Henderson, and Jane Stein -- Is ethics universal?: gender, science, and culture in reproductive health research / Ruth Macklin -- Contract and covenant in Curacao: reciprocal relationships in scholarly research / Alan F. Benjamin -- Contract and covenant in ethnographic research / Rene
(OCoLC)ocm27314003adopted by the Executive Council of the Association of American Medical Colleges.23 cm.Adopted Sept. 24, 1992.
81020278(OCoLC)ocm08110361(EIUdb)16985Derek Bok.25 cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.Introduction -- Academic freedom -- Institutional autonomy and the demands of the state -- The purposes of the university and its responsibilities to society -- Access to the university and the problem of racial inequality -- The moral development of students -- Academic science and the quest for technological innovation -- The social responsibilities of research -- Technical assistance abroad -- The university and the local community -- Taking political positions -- Accepting gifts -- Boycotts and other efforts to avoid outside relationships -- Conclusion.
24 cm.Science and science studies: enemies or allies? / Ullica Segerstråle -- Antiscience in current science and technology studies / Henry H. Bauer -- Some patterns and processes in the development of a scientific sociology of science: notes from a sixty-year memoir / Bernard Barber -- Anti-science: a phenomenon in search of an explanation : pt. 1. Anatomy of recent "antiscience" allegations. pt. 2. The conflict about the social role of science / Ullica Segerstråle -- Visions of science in the twentieth century / Valéry Cholakov -- Postacademic science: constructing knowledge with networks and norms / John Ziman -- A social theory of objectivity / Stephan Fuchs -- Science studies through the looking glass: an intellectual itinerary / Steve Fuller.Includes bibliographical references and indexes.edited by Ullica Segerstråle. More Records: Show record informationBook
88187767by Ward Morehouse and M. Arun Subramaniam.23 cm."A preliminary report for the Citizens Commission on Bhopal."Bibliography: p. 183-186.
96040853Bernard Gert, Charles M. Culver, K. Donner Clouser.25 cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.
2005050871GBA624715013408344101272792Bernard Gert, Charles M. Culver, K. Danner Clouser.ill. ; 24 cm.Extensive revision of: Bioethics : a return to fundamentals.Includes bibliographical references (p. 347-353) and index.
ill. ; 23 cm.Introduction : Ethical concerns in biological anthropology / Trudy R. Turner -- Field primatologists : duties, rights, and obligations / Linda D. Wolfe -- Studies of primates in the field and in captivity : similarities and differences in ethical concerns / Leanne T. Nash -- Habituating primates for field study : ethical considerations for African great apes / Michele L. Goldsmith -- Biological samples in the modern zoological park : a case study from the Bronx Zoo / Cathi Lehn -- Commentary : Ethical issues surrounding the use of nonhuman primates in biomedical research / Jay Kaplan -- Ethical issues in the molding and casting of fossil specimens / Janet M. Monge and Alan E. Mann -- The ethics of bioarchaeology / Clark Spencer Larsen and Phillip L. Walker -- Ethical concerns in forensic anthropology / Heather Walsh-Haney and Leslie S. Lieberman -- Commentary : A discussion of ethical issues in skeletal biology / Susan C. Antón -- Ethical issues in human biology behavioral research and research with children / Sara Stinson -- Institutional review boards : the structural and cultural obstacles encountered in human biological research / Stacy Zamudio -- Darkness in El Dorado : claims, counter-claims, and the obligations of researchers / Trudy R. Turner and Jeffrey D. Nelson -- A case study of ethical issues in genetic research : the Sally Hemings-Thomas Jefferson story / Sloan R. Williams -- Psychological and ethical issues related to identity and inferring ancestry of African Americans / Cynthia E. Winston and Rick A. Kittles -- The consent process and aDNA research : contrasting approaches in North America / Dennis H. O'Rourke, M. Geoffry Hayes and Shawn W. Carlyle -- Working with ancient DNA : NAGPRA, Kennewick Man, and other ancient peoples / Frederika A. Kaestle and David G. Smith -- Commentary : Changing standards of informed consent : raising the bar / Jonathan S. Friedlaender -- Commentary : An overview of human subjects research in biological anthropology / Jeffrey C. Long -- Commentary : Data sharing and access to information / Trudy R. Turner -- Appendix 1. Code of ethics of the American Anthropological Association -- Appendix 2. Code of ethics of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists.Includes bibliographical references and index.edited by Trudy R. Turner. More Records: Show record informationBook
ill. ; 22 cm.Biological patents promote progress / Lisa J. Raines -- Biological patents affront human values / Andrew Kimbrell -- Individuals own all rights to their body cells / George J. Annas -- Scientists should be able to own cells they have altered / Margaret S. Swain & Randy W. Marusyk -- Randomized human experimentation is essential to biomedical research / Eugene Passamani -- Randomized human experimentation is not essential to biomedical research / Samuel Hellman & Deborah S. Hellman -- The buying and selling of organs raises serious ethical questions / Leon R. Kass -- The buying and selling of organs saves lives / Ronald Bailey -- More organs for transplants must be found / Joel L. Swerdlow & Fred H. Cate -- The search for organs is dehumanizing / Renée C. Fox & Judith P. Swazey -- Alcoholics should have low priority for organ transplants / Alvin H. Moss & Marvin Siegler -- Alcoholism should not affect organ transplant priorities / Carl Cohen, Martin Benjamin & the Ethics and Social Impact Committee of the Transplant and Health Policy Center -- Fetal tissue is essential to medical research / Daniel J. Garry ... [et al.] -- Fetal tissue efficacy has not been proven / Michael Fumento -- Fetal tissue research offers hope to disease victims / Jeff Goldberg & Anne Hollister -- Fetal tissue research is immoral / Sharon Fish -- The use of fetal tissue would encourage abortion / Rebecca Ryskind -- The use of fetal tissue would not encourage abortion / The American Jewish Congress Bio-Ethics Task Force -- Reproductive technologies offer hope to the childless / Judy Berlfein -- Reproductive technologies offer false hope and serious risks / Barbara Katz Rothman -- Reproductive technologies harm women / Janice G. Raymond -- Women want reproductive technologies / Lene Koch -- Surrogate mothers contribute a valuable service to society / Peter H. Schuck -- Society should not condone surrogate mothering / Thomas Shannon -- Animal research saves human lives / Richard Pothier -- Animal research is unnecessary / Jean Bethke Elshtain -- Animal rights protesters disrupt valuable research / John G. Hubbell -- Animal research teaches little / Roger E. Ulrich -- Humans should be allowed to receive animal organ transplants / Arthur L. Caplan -- Humans should not be allowed to receive animal organs / James Lindemann Nelson -- Genetic research on animals will benefit humanity / Caroline Murphy -- Genetic research on animals oversteps human rights / Carol Grunewald -- Genetic research threatens the concept of humanness / Howard L. Kaye -- Genetic research broadens the understanding of humanness / J. Robert Nelson -- Genetic engineering should be unrestricted / The Economist -- Genetic engineering should be restricted to medical therapy / W. French Anderson -- Genetic testing can aid those at risk of genetic disease / Catherine V. Hayes -- Genetic testing will lead to discrimination / Theresa Morelli, interviewed by Vicki Quade.Includes bibliographical references and index.Terry O'Neill, book editor. More Records: Show record informationBook
ill. ; 23 cm.The benefits of cloning outweigh the risks / Richard T. Hull -- The risks of human cloning outweigh the benefits / National Bioethics Advisory Commission -- Cloning research could be beneficial to humans / Nature Genetics -- Cloning research would not benefit humans / Kevin T. Fitzgerald -- Cloning would violate a person's individuality / Allen Verhey -- Cloning would not violate a person's individuality / George Johnson -- Selling organs for transplants is ethical / Andy H. Barnett, Roger D. Blair, and David L. Kaserman -- Selling organs for transplants is unethical / Alasdair Palmer -- Consent for organ donation should be presumed / Linda C. Fentiman -- Consent for organ donation should be required / Presumed Consent Subcommittee of the UNOS Ethics Committee -- Animal-to-human organ transplants could save lives / Jennifer Cunningham -- Animal-to-human organ transplants are dangerous and unethical / People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals -- Using organs from executed prisoners is ethical / Robert Wright -- Using organs from executed prisoners is unethical / Harry Wu -- Reproductive technologies should be banned / Janice G. Raymond -- Reproductive technologies should not be banned / Rickie Solinger -- Surrogate motherhood is ethical / Wendy McElroy -- Surrogate motherhood is unethical / Scott B. Rae -- Postmenopausal pregnancies should be banned / part I: Barbara Ehrenreich; part II: Philadelphia Daily News -- Postmenopausal pregnancies should not be banned / Lawrence M. Hinman -- Postmortem pregnancies are ethical / Christoph Anstötz -- Postmortem pregnancies are unethical / Hilde Lindemann Nelson -- Genetic engineering could benefit society / Joseph F. Coates, John B. Mahaffie, and Andy Hines -- Genetic engineering could be dangerous / Susan Wright -- Genetic testing threatens society / Ruth Hubbard and Elijah Wald -- Genetic testing can save lives / Carol Krause -- Scientists should be allowed to patent human genes / David B. Resnik -- Human genes should not be patented / Richard D. Land and C. Ben Mitchell -- Studying the human genome will provide valuable information / The Economist -- Studying the human genome violates the sanctity of life / Julian Rose.Includes bibliographical references and index.Tamara L. Roleff, book editor. More Records: Show record informationBook
Elsevier/Academic Pressill. ; 25 cm.Prologue : bioethics--discovery through design -- Bioethics : a creative approach -- Bioethics and the engineer -- An engineered future : human enhancement -- The bioethical engineer -- Bioethical research and technological development -- Bioethical success and failure -- Analyzing bioethical success and failure -- Justice and fairness as biomedical and biosystem engineering concepts -- Sustainable bioethics -- Engineering wisdom -- Epilogue : practical bioethics.Publisher descriptionhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0708/2007004579-d.html http://bvbm2.bib-bvb.de:8993/F?func=service&doc_library=BVB01&doc_number... Note: InhaltsverzeichnisIncludes bibliographical references (p. 348-362) and indexes.National bibliography no: GBA748453Daniel A. Vallero. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 20070201
Electronic books.Includes bibliographical references and index./ Description based on print version record.Other format available: Print version:; Biotechnology.; Washington, D.C. : Joseph Henry Press, 1996LC: TP248.2; Dewey: 660/.6Frederick B. Rudolph and Larry V. McIntire, editors. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url); eBook (ebk)
ill. ; 26 cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.edited by Patricia H. Werhane and R. Edward Freeman. More Records: Show record informationBook