Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics (EJAIB) Vol 10 (6) Nov 2000


ISSN 1173-2571, Copyright 2000 (All rights reserved, for commercial reproductions but access open for personal use).
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Official Journal of the Asian Bioethics Association (ABA)

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pp. 188-202Go to EJAIB Nov. 2000 News

Topical list of News in Bioethics and Biotechnology
List is complete 1991 - Sept. 2000 in over 30 topics. News from 1991-1993 are in the OLD news files, and from 1994 in the NEW files.


Page, and titles of papers

173 Editorial: Bioethics Meetings - Darryl Macer

174 International Association of Bioethics London Declaration

174-178 Change in high school student attitudes to biotechnology in response to teaching materials - Takeishi Oka & D. Macer

179-180 Why Japanese doctors performed human experiments in China 1933-1945 - Takashi Tsuchiya

180-181 Commentary on Tsuchiya - Masahiro Morioka

181-183 Bioethics and ecosustainability - Dipankar Saha, C.R. Hazra, D. Macer

183-184 Do We Have Alternatives to Feed the Growing Population - S. Seshadri and S. Ignacimuthu

184 Reply to Masahiro Morioka's Commentary on Seewald - Ralph Seewald

185 Whose English Language? - Yeruham Frank Leavitt

185-186 Ethics Education or Moral Preaching? - Ole Doering

186-187 Education and Bioethics- Raghwesh Ranjan

188 Age dependent variation in bioethical issues with reference to AIDS and its cure - N.S. Kavitha & Jayapaul Azariah


IAB Genetics & Bioethics Network: On-line

The complete address list is updated on the Internet. Send all changes to Darryl Macer. Membership of the network is not restricted to members of IAB, but open to all. Those persons who are not paying subscription to EJAIB, or granted a waiver, however, will not receive EJAIB, the official journal of the IAB Genetics Network.

The following new members wanted to have their names listed:

Grethe Foss
Norway
Email: grethe.foss@biotek.uio.no
Molecular biology and ethics

Charolotte Harrison, J.D.
Harvard Medical School
78 Dana Street, Cambridge MA 02138, USA
Email: charrison@hds.harvard.edu
Eugenics, role morality of genetic scientists, public in policy, roles of religious views and institutions

Fumi Maekawa
Institute of Biological Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Email: pumi@mx2.ttcn.ne.jp
People's reactions to biotechnology

Mary Ann Chen Ng
Dept. Biology, Ateneo de Manila University
Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Philippines 1108
Email: maryannchenng@yahoo.com
Perceptions of biotechnology, genetic engineering

Jackie Leach Scully
Switzerland
Email: scully@bluewin.ch
Ethics of minority or marginalised groups, pharmacogenomics, gene therapy, disability
Internet Sites

Global information flow is discussed in Lancet 356 (2000), 1129-30, BMJ 321 (2000), 776-7. Online journals are expanding, JAMA 284 (2000), 943-4; Nature 407 (2000), 291. Many people can access medical information on the www, JAMA 284 (2000), 1962-4; BMJ 321 (2000), 465-6, 797-800; Lancet 356 (2000), 1283. Medical software is becoming free, BMJ 321 (2000), 976. The quality of websites is discussed in BMJ 321 (2000), 843-4.
Call for funding applications from EU!

'Quality of life and management of living resources' Programme (1998 to 2002) see- 15 November 2000 Official Journal of the European Communities (2000/C 324/23). Includes call for proposals with a targeted deadline for bioethics and socio-economics research closing on 28 February 2001.

Note, contrary to the other deadlines already planned in FP5, in this one bioethics will be not in competition with other action lines of the generic activities, thus this is a promising opportunity for bioethics research.

See the EU information if you are eligible!


The deadline for letter submission (and news) to the next issue is10 January, 2001.

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