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Author and activist Bill McKibben, evolutionary biologist Stuart Newman, and social theorist Marsha Darling consider the common threads...

Rosemarie Garland-Thompson discusses "Biomedical Ethics and the Existential Threat to Persons with Disabilities" at the Columbia Center for Clinical...

This debate looks at the long-term challenges and opportunities CRISPR presents, looking closely at two particular consequences: the implications of...

Bill McKibben and john a. powell came discuss the “Climate Crisis, Designer Babies, and Our Common Future.” The event was moderated...

George Estreich discusses his most recent book Fables and Futures, inspired by his daughter Laura. Estreich goes beyond the personal...

KPIX 5 CBS SF Bay Area: Only a week after announcing that he altered the DNA of embryos for seven...

On CGTN America, Marcy Darnovsky, PhD, the executive director of the Center for Genetics and Society, discusses the ethics of...

While embryo selection and gene editing technologies may offer great hope to couples looking to prevent hereditary disease or improve...

The World Forum on Science and Democracy brings together “representatives of civil society engaged in the democratization of the production...

Catherine Kudlick (Longmore Institute, SFSU) offers opening remarks about the film Gattaca, followed by a panel discussion with Kudlick, Marcy...

Troy Duster (UC Berkeley) offers opening remarks about the film Gattaca, followed by a panel discussion between Duster, Rosemarie Garland-Thomson...

Alondra Nelson and Jenny Reardon , both authors of recent books about genomics and social justice, engaged in conversation about...

On November 16, 2017, Shobita Parthasarathy, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Women’s Studies at the University of Michigan spoke...

On August 23, 2017, Ben Hurlbut, Professor of Life Sciences at Arizona State University, spoke with Patricia Williams, James L....

This webinar discusses the role reproductive health, rights and justice advocates can play in preventing a high-tech eugenic future where some...

On April 24, 2017, disability rights activists Anita Cameron and Mia Mingus, alongside sociologist and bioethicist Tom Shakespeare and feminist disability studies scholar Rosemarie...