objectives of this ethics portal are to catalyze group involvement in
shaping the bioscience-bioethics momentum and to build a dynamic teaching
and learning resource.
facilitates free and accurate information transfer from applied science
to applied bioethics. Bioscience ethics’ major elements are:
- increased understanding
of biological systems,
use of technology,
of ethnocentric debate in tune with new ecological/medical insights.
democratizes scientific advances to promote the development of fully
informed secular ethics – colloquially referred to as bioscience-bioethics.
us about the subtleties of love and caring – universal prerequisites
for a just, participatory society. To fully participate in modern life,
it is essential to consider scientific research and its applications
alongside informed ethical consensus.
the gradual blurring of divisions between human and animal life in adaptively
regulating human behavior. The overall intention is to reflect on ways
of deploying science and technology ethically in the service of cultural
and environmental wellbeing. Significantly, co-operatives are based
on democratic principles using elements of true altruism, generosity
This site invites
participation in the search for heightened awareness whether through
curiosity-driven scientific studies or from freely tapping into the
collective wisdom. By sharing information and harmonizing creativity,
we are responsibly participating in our right to have an opinion about
what happens in the world.
Check out the Co-operation
Paper (in pdf format) to find out how Nature evolves by way of cooperation.
See the latest in Bioscience Ethics education in the young, with Irina Pollard and Amara Zintgraff's new work, "Bioscience Ethics Education Curriculim for Pre-Schoolers to Elementary Age Children."