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A blog by the Centre for Research Ethics & Bioethics (CRB) .Research Ethi..
The one who prepares the food may announce, “The food is ready now!” when the food is ready. However, when exactly is the food ..read more
THE ETHICS BLOG by Pär Segerdahl - 3w ago
Scientific publications often have more than one author. The authorship order then becomes a sensitive issue for academics, since it ..read more
THE ETHICS BLOG by Pär Segerdahl - 1M ago
As neuroscience expands, the need for ethical reflection also expands. A new field has emerged, neuroethics, which celebrated its 15th ..read more
Activities that we may want to keep apart often overlap. An example is cancer research and care. Clinical cancer centers often conduct ..read more
What does it mean to be contemplative? In a conversation, the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein addresses the issue through a contrast: ..read more
After having been the editor of the Ethics Blog for eight years, I would like to describe the research communication that usually occurs ..read more
Gene editing technology, which already is used to develop genetically modified organisms (GMOs), could in the future also be used ..read more
A new article on consent for biobanks manages to surprise me. How? By pointing out what ought to be obvious! If we want to judge what kind ..read more
When we visit a newly operated patient, we probably wonder: Has she regained consciousness? The question is important to us. If the answer ..read more
Why should we hold our philosophical tradition in high esteem? Why should we admire Socrates and other great thinkers? Because they ..read more

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