Discussions on what being human is in our world of scientific and technological advancement.
Outlines how genetic engineering and nanotechnology will abolish suffering in all sentient life.
Addressing such issues as environmental, health and safety implications of technology, engineering ethics and professional responsibility.
The Journal of the International Center of Information Ethics is published twice a year with the focus on intercultural information ethics.
Discusses new technologies that are raising ethical, legal and social dilemmas as cutting-edge science intersects with the law.
Examining the notion of moral status in general and in particular the moral status of nonhuman animals.
Provides engineers, scientists, and science and engineering students with resources for understanding and addressing ethical problems.
UNESCO: Division of Human Sciences, Philosophy and Ethics of Science and Technology.
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