January 9, 2018[news]
The 2018 Newsletter is now available! Check out the STS Program’s highlights from this past year here.[news]
Check out these two articles in Trends in Biotechnology on building capacity for a global genome editing observatory written by the organizers and key participants of Editorial Aspirations: Human Integrity at the Frontiers of Biology.
For more on building a global observatory for gene editing, revisit Sheila Jasanoff and Ben Hurlbut‘s Nature article.[news]
STS Fellow Christopher Lawrence, recently published an op-ed in The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists on the lessons the US has learned from previous diplomacy with North Korea. Read it here.[news]
Congratulations to Blake McGhghy ’17, winner of our 2018 STS Undergraduate Essay Prize competition! Honorable mentions were also awarded to Bruno Moguel Gallegos ’18 and Augusta Conway ’18.[news]
Missed our Science and Democracy Lecture with Michael Ignatieff? The video is available now.[news]
Interested to hear what Rick Doblin, Dan Wikler, Nicolas Langlitz and Ido Hartogsohn had to say about the “The Altered Mind: Psychedelics and the Ethics of Mind Enhancement?“ Watch the video here.[news]