Browsing by Subject "ethics"

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  • Warren-Kretzschmar, Bartlett; von Haaren, Christina (Potenza : Sisef-Soc Italiana Selvicoltura Ecol Forestale, 2014)
    Landscape visualizations have the potential to support participatory environmental planning at different spatial scales and decision levels from international to farm level. However, it is yet unclear what specific demands ...
  • Strech, Daniel; Metz, Courtney; Knüppel, Hannes (San Francisco : Public Library of Science, 2014)
    Introduction: According to the Declaration of Helsinki and other guidelines, clinical studies should be approved by a research ethics committee and seek valid informed consent from the participants. Editors of medical ...
  • Hoppe, Nils (Lausanne : Frontiers Media S.A., 2013)
    A commentary on ELSI 2.0 for genomics and society by Kaye,J.,Meslin,E.,Knoppers,B.,Juengst, E., Deschênes,M.,Cambon-Thomsen,A., etal. (2012). Science 336, 673–674. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1126/science.1218015
  • Kaye, Jane; Hurles, Matthew; Griffin, Heather; Grewal, Jasjote; Bobrow, Martin; Timpson, Nic; Smee, Carol; Bolton, Patrick; Durbin, Richard; Dyke, Stephanie; Fitzpatrick, David; Kennedy, Karen; Kent, Alastair; Muddyman, Dawn; Muntoni, Francesco; Raymond, Lucy F.; Semple, Robert; Spector, Tim (London : Nature Publishing Group, 2014)
    Recent advances in sequencing technology allow data on the human genome to be generated more quickly and in greater detail than ever before. Such detail includes findings that may be of significance to the health of the ...
  • Hübner, Dieter (Berlin : De Gruyter, 2013)
    Escalation is commonly understood as the constant aggravation of mutual sanctions between two conflicting parties. While escalations have been intensively explored within the empirical sciences, philosophy and ethics have ...