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WYNG-Hatton Lecture 2015 : 'The Ethics of Reproductive Technologies: Some Tools for Thinking'

WYNG-Hatton Lecture 2015 : 'The Ethics of Reproductive Technologies: Some Tools for Thinking'

It is often said that science makes progress far faster than does ethical thought. The result, we are told, is that efforts to regulate technology always struggle to catch up with developments in laboratories and clinics. New reproductive technologies such as the introduction of therapies to combat disorders of the mitochondrial genome and novel forms of genome editing seem to exemplify this pattern. But what, precisely, are the ethical challenges posed by these technologies, and what tools do we have for thinking about their moral and political implications?

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 Law Faculty

 15th October, 2015

#Ethics #Law #Reproductive #Sciences #Technology

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