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Topical list of News in Bioethics and Biotechnology
List is complete 1991 -Sept 1996, in 31 topics. News from 1991-1993 are in the OLD news files, and from 1994 in the NEW files.
153 Editorial - Tsukuba Bioethics Roundtable - Darryl Macer
154-5 Japanese Bioethics Conferences in Nov 1997 (see below also)
155-6 Update on EAAB and Invitation for Membership. Bioethics in Japan with China - Hyakudai Sakamoto
157 Report of the Kyoto Bioethics Seminar, and Comments on Comparative Bioethics - Masahiro Morioka
157-8 Bioethics East and West - Jean Kitahara-Frisch
158-60 Short History of Reproductive Medical Problems in Japan - Shinryo N. Shinagawa
160 Commentary on Shinagawa - Yutaka Tejima
160-2 Unanswered questions about medical ethics education in Japan - Atsushi Asai
162-3 Lessons from Clinical Anthropology Classes for Undergraduate Students - S.Shoji, K. Kamiya, D. Macer
163 Seeking advice on evaluation methods for high school bioethics education - Vaille Dawson
163-4 Environmental Ethics of Water Pollution - Humitake Seki
165 Bioethics as study for daily life - Kohji Yamada
165 Borders & environmental ethics - Simon Lawson
165-6 The environment in Slovakia and Biodiversity - M.Hajduch, A.Pretova
166-8 Japan / US Comparisons of Biotechnology Patents - M. Okada-Takagi
168-9 Organ Transplantation in India - A. K. Tharien
169 Organ Transplantation in Israel - Gershon B. Grunfeld
170-1 Euthanasia In Turkey: Cultural and religious perspectives - N.Yasemin Oguz
171-2 Impressions Of East Asia: Science and Spirituality - Frank J. Leavitt
173 Ethics when genotype under-determines clinical phenotype - Norio Fujiki and Kozo Hashimoto
30 October - 1 November 1997 (am), Tsukuba Science City (in English)
Universality and diversity in bioethics, what Japanese bioethics can offer to the international community
1-2 November, 1997, Tsukuba Science City (in Japanese;
with 1st Nov am International Session)
Theme: to be announced.
4-7 November, Kobe (Japanese/English simultaneous translation)
Second Congress of the East Asian Association of Bioethics,
The Third MURS Japan International Symposium,
7-8 November, Fukui (in English)
Fukui Bioethics Symposium on Medical Genetic Services
Papers are invited. Abstracts of 200-250 words should be sent in electronic text form to Prof. Darryl Macer, Email < firstname.lastname@example.org >. Institute of Biological Sciences, University of Tsukuba, 305, Japan (Fax Int+81-298-53-6614). Details for Kobe and Fukui appear in accompanying announcement - other details for Tsukuba meetings will appear later. The secretariat offices are in close communication, but please send a copy to both offices if you are interested in both. Please note that for each meeting very modest registration fees of Y5,000 or less will be charged. Further details to be announced later.
Invitations for IAB Genetics Network Workshop at the IAB Congress in San Francisco, California, USA, 22-24 November. See above. Address changes below:
New Email address: Grant D. Vallance, Email: email@example.com
There will be a meeting of the IAB Genetics Network Workshop at the IAB Congress in San Francisco, California, USA, 22-24 November. The addresslist and research interests will be updated, and the current list published in a coming issue of EJAIB. An updated version will be put on the Internet in Dec.96.
The Internet links that I am aware of are directly available on my other information page on the www (now located on UK, Japan and New Zealand www sites), but several additions include: Nature Biotechnology (and other Nature journals) contents and abstracts are on-line at <http://biotech.nature.com/>; ethics codes and policies, <http://ccme-mac4.bsd.uchicago.edu/CCMEPolicies/index>. The UNESCO International Bioethics Committee has set up a www site, <http://www.unesco.org/ibc>. The University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics hasa ww site <http://www.utoronto.ca/jcb/>.
The journal Science is to be applauded for now making the full text and figures available on-line, following the Canadian Medical Journal, Environmental Science and Technology (<http://pubs.acs.org> - though from 1997 it will limit access to subscribers!);Journal of Biological Chemistry, Journal of Physical Chemistry and Journal of Neuroscience. The journals, JAMA and NEJM have abstracts on, and some text on-line. In Bioethics so far EJAIB is the only major journal on-line, we are still waiting to see others put all their text on-line, and enter the world of open electronic publishing. The tables from the books of Eubios Ethics Institute are being put on-line throughout Nov., 1996, to add to the English texts which have been on-line since mid-1995.
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