Considering issues of food regulation, food as a human right, food access, and all related. Led by Jonathan H. Marks, Director Penn State's Bioethics program and Associate Director, Rock Ethics InstituteSee More
Welcoming philosophical discussions of biological research on race and gender differences, with a focus on controversial claims circulating in the popular press. Post papers and events, discuss new scientific research, and share resources.
University of Pennsylvania, Perelman School of Medicine
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