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Neuroscience and Human Rights

Can human rights principles and neuroethics become more integrated in future discourse? During the final panel of the International Neuroethics Society (INS) annual meeting, moderator Stephen Marks, from the Harvard School of Public Health, noted the absence of the human … Continue reading

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Robots as Soldiers and Caretakers

The International Neuroethics Society opened its annual meeting last night at AAAS in DC with a thought-provoking public program on robots in society. Though the title conjures up images from the Terminator movies (at least for me), the two speakers … Continue reading

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International Neuroethics Society Contests

The International Neuroethics Society (INS) is sponsoring two opportunities to be published and to win travel stipends to attend the annual INS meeting (November 13 and 14 in DC), among other prizes. The INS welcomes abstracts reporting recent results in … Continue reading

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The Science and Ethics of Moral Enhancement

Panelists at the International Neuroethics Society meeting weighed in on the questions: Can we create a morality pill? And if we can, should we?
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Brain Scientists Head to San Diego

Neuroscience 2013 is this year’s big event for brain scientists. Starting Saturday, more than 30,000 researchers, funders, drug-makers, and other wonderers from around the world are expected to swarm the San Diego Convention Center, to present and discuss cutting-edge research … Continue reading

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