August Archive


01 August 2015 | Link
tags: euthanasia, euthanasia vans, UK
Outspoken media personality Katie Hopkins wants euthanasia vans for Britons.

01 August 2015 | Link
tags: bioethics, consequentialism, utilitarianism
Steven Pinker delivers a stiff uppercut to the whole field.

01 August 2015 | Link
tags: abortion, IVF, pro-choice ethic
A woman who chose both IVF and abortion speaks out.

01 August 2015 | Link
tags: assisted suicide, Belgium, euthanasia, interviews, Netherlands
The boundaries of euthanasia in Belgium and the Netherlands keep expanding, says a world expert.

June Archive


28 June 2015 | Link
tags: privacy
Should marketing agencies be able to identify you as you walk down the street.?

27 June 2015 | Link
tags: euthanasia, euthanasia for children, Netherlands
Association not worried about safeguards.

27 June 2015 | Link
tags: Belgium, euthanasia, The Economist
A new editor takes a familiar line.

Xavier Symons | 27 June 2015 | Link
tags: brain scans, neuroethics, neuroscience
Researchers in Germany and the US have managed to interpret the brain activity and reconstruct utterances of words and full sentences.

Xavier Symons | 27 June 2015 | Link
tags: France, law, passive euthanasia, professional ethics, terminal sedation
The French senate has rejected a bill that would legalise ‘deep sedation’.

Xavier Symons | 27 June 2015 | Link
tags: egg freezing, family, infertility, IVF
Yet another study has confirmed that IVF is rarely successful for women in their early 40s.

Xavier Symons | 27 June 2015 | Link
tags: Australia, conflict of interest, IVF, regulation
Couples are usually unaware of the low IVF success rates in Australian clinics.

20 June 2015 | Link
tags: Catholic Church, Pope Francis
Latest document causes media storm

Xavier Symons | 20 June 2015 | Link
tags: frozen embryos, IVF, law, regulation, US
US policy analysts are questioning how authorities should deal with the hundreds of thousands that have been abandoned or have a disputed legal status.

Xavier Symons | 20 June 2015 | Link
tags: new frontiers, sex determination
Japanese researchers have discovered a way to influence the sexual fate of germ cells in medaka (rice fish).

20 June 2015 | Link
tags: Germany, Peter Singer
Protests by disability activists unnerved organisers



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