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THE PROJECT AND ITS GOALS The Neurobioethics Interdisciplinary Research Group (GdN) at the Athenaeum Pontificium Regina Apostolorum (APRA) of Rome, inspired by the recent achievements made in the field of neurotechnologies, will dedicate its reflection, research, publication and formation of the year 2021-2022 to the critical analysis of the emerging scenarios relating to the progressive...
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By Ana Maria Ganev, Phd Candidate of the School of Bioethics The first part of the 19th Summer Bioethics Course took place on July 2-3 and will continue with its second part on July 9-10, 2021 at 15:30-18:30. This international and inderdisciplinary summer course on human consciousness started with a welcome speech by Alberto García...
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Il prossimo 10-11 giugno nel pomeriggio si svolgerà il CONVEGNO GRATUITO INTERDISCIPLINARE SUL COVID-19 organizzato dal GdN in collaborazione con l’Associazione BrainCircleItalia. Per parteciparvi è necessario iscriversi online. Eccovi la presentazione e le modalità di iscrizione. Tra gli illustri relatori annoveriamo tra gli altri il Presidente dell’ISTAT Prof. Blangiardo, la Direttrice della Neurologia del Besta...
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We are delighted to remind you and your team the first online conference of the International Catholic Consortium. It will be an online gathering aiming to create a moment of sharing and knowledge among the members of the Catholic Consortium. It will take place this Wednesday May the 5th at 18h pm (Rome time*) with...
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From: http://societadineuroetica.it/ June 19th, 20203:00 pm – 5:00 pm (CEST) Adina Roskies (Dartmouth College)The Limits of Neuroscience for Ethics Abstract: Ethics is concerned with the normative or prescriptive, and science with the descriptive. One might wonder what, if anything, science may have to offer ethics. Here I focus on the brain sciences, and looking at several...
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Cosa ci fa un prete tra intelligenza artificiale, trapianti di cervello, cure palliative?
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The Pontifical Academy for Life, in partnership with the World Youth Alliance, Abigail Adams Institute, and the Harvard Students for Life, is organizing a conference for young professionals and students on the weekend of October 11-12, 2019, at Harvard University (Boston, USA). This conference is open to young professionals and students <35 years old. READ MORE HERE. The...
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According to the Nature magazine, Japan has authorized a new line of genetic research so animals can develop organs compatible with the human body. This would reduce the fateful search for donors. In order to do this, an embryo of an animal would have to be modified so it cannot develop a specific organ such...
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Publishing online monthly from January 2019, Nature Machine Intelligence is interested in the best research from across the fields of artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics. Read more…
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