The reports from both our events with Sparkle and Dark over the summer are now available on our website – under past events or if you want quick access: Assisted Dying: What are the Issues and Options for Scotland? Arts,
Date:28th October 2013, 4.15-5.15pm, L07, School of Law Speaker: Simon Zafrany, 2nd year Undergraduate Biological Sciences student Abstract: Increasingly stem cell researchers are turning away from traditional stem cell therapies in favour of mapping disease development in vitro. While this
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Date: 28th October 2013, 12.30pm-1.30pm, Ken Mason Suite, School of Law Abstract: In January 2012, the European Commission proposed a Regulation towards amending the Data Protection directive, already seventeen years old. The aim was to strengthen people’s privacy rights, with
The first meeting of the Mason Institute PhD Reading Group will be held on 31 October 2013. This group will be dedicated to discussing topics of interest to doctoral researchers from diverse disciplines with mutual and complimentary interests in the
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The Mason Institute is delighted to be hosting two panels this year at the Scottish Council for Human Bioethics Film Festival from 22nd-24th November 2013. The theme this year is CyborgEthics. This is the second year that the Mason Institute
If you would quickly like to see what events we have coming up in this autumn, follow this link: Mason Institute Autumn 2013 events
Date: 25th September 2013 Time: 12.30-1.30pm (Please bring lunch with you – tea and coffee will be provided) Room: Ken Mason Suite, School of Law, Old College Some biotechnological advances may benefit private individuals but, in so doing, pose risks
The podcast from this event is now available on our past events page – see http://masoninstitute.org/events/. Professor Mason was unable to make the event but sent us through an address: “The Mason Institute is the brain-child of Graeme Laurie with whom