23 Sep 2019 by Dave Archard
Filmic dystopias are a great way to imagine how current and prospective scientific developments might be abused in the ‘not too distant future’.
Government should take heed of past ethics debates about forensic use of biometrics
04 Jun 2018 by Guest
Published in May 2018, the Science and Technology Committee's Fifth Report, Biometrics strategy an...
Public trust & health data: Council hosts meeting with UK Department of Health
19 Jun 2015
What specific public concerns have been identified about the use of health data? What lessons can be...
“If you know it, I’d like to know it too” – involving participants in genomics research
02 Mar 2015 by Guest
Guest post by Dr Anna Middleton, from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, who spoke at the launch ...
Public participation should be at the heart of big data projects
03 Feb 2015
Public participation should be at the heart of big data projects in health care and biomedical resea...
Bringing down the knowledge deficit
21 Mar 2014 by Peter Mills
In this week's budget the Chancellor reaffirmed the Government's commitment to reducing the defi...