Society: Philosophy: Ethics: Applied: Science_and_Technology
The Abolitionist Society
Advocating the use of biotechnology to abolish suffering.
American Chemical Society - Chemist's Code of Ethics
Guidance of society members in various professional dealings, especially those involving conflicts of interest.
Being Human: Science, Ethics and Our Rights
Discussions on what being human is in our world of scientific and technological advancement.
EPSON Foundation - Institute of Technoethics
It pursues two basic aims: On the one hand, the promotion of development and technological innovation, and, on the other, an ethical and social reflection upon the implications of such development.
Ethics in Science
Contains links to on-line resources, a bibliography, and several original essays on ethics and misconduct in science.
Ethics in Science
An essay on the scientific method (or lack thereof) and the consequences of misconduct in science by Henry Bauer.
Outlines how genetic engineering and nanotechnology will abolish suffering in all sentient life.
Portal that highlights top humanoid robotics projects around the world. It discusses ethical considerations regarding the use and proliferation of intelligent robots.
International Review of Information Ethics
The Journal of the International Center of Informations Ethics is published twice a year with the focus on intercultural information ethics.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's ELSI Project
Resources for middle and high school students on ethical issues in the sciences.
The Online Ethics Center for Engineering & Science
Provides engineers, scientists, and science and engineering students with resources for understanding and addressing ethical problems.
PBS - Bloodlines: Technology Hits Home
Discusses new technologies that are raising ethical, legal and social dilemmas as cutting-edge science intersects with the law.
Science and Institutions
Personal web pages of Luis Gonzalez-Mestres, including topics of science ethics and other social aspects of science.
Science, Ethics and Moral Status
Examining the notion of moral status in general and in particular the moral status of nonhuman animals.
Science, Technology and Society
Starting points for students and teachers. Includes discussion topics and other curriculum links.
Science, Technology and Society Links
Links to STS-related information sources from North Carolina State University.
Social Aspects of Science and Technology
A research project at the Meaning and Computation Lab, University of California, San Diego. Explores the hypothesis that information artifacts embody definite but implicit value systems.
UNESCO: Ethics of Scientific Knowledge and Technology.
UNESCO: Division of Human Sciences, Philosophy and Ethics of Science and Technology.
Visions of Perfection
Explores various ways that the human race has attempted to achieve perfection through philosophies and technologies of the past century.
World Conference on Science
Final reports from the international conference, addressing many aspects of the place of science in society, including ethics, science and technology in economic development, and environmental and economic issues.
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