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3D Printing, an overview. A dialogue with Jos Malda.

The Bassetti Foundation is pleased to publish video of the lecture held by Professor Jos Malda at the Bassetti Foundation in May 2017. - More More

by Redazione FGB, 5 October 2017 Permalink

3D Printing, an overview. A dialogue with Jos Malda.

Three years of collaboration with the School of Design - Politecnico di Milano

Three years of collaboration synthesized in a short video! - More More

by Redazione FGB, Tommaso Correale Santacroce, 11 July 2017 Permalink

Three years of collaboration with the School of Design - Politecnico di Milano

Trust in expert knowledge in medicine and Technoscience. A meeting with Silvia Camporesi

We addressed these issues with Silvia Camporesi who from the starting point of the publication of extracts from the Investigating Trust in Expert Knowledge International Conference published in a special issue of the Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, held a symposium at the Bassetti Foundation on 27 February 2017. We share videos, photos, slides and other material. - More More

by Redazione FGB, 30 March 2017 Permalink

Silvia Camporesi

SMART-map project

SMART-map is a coordination and support action financed by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 Programme. Its goal is to define and implement concrete roadmaps for the responsible development of technologies and services in three key time-changing fields: precision medicine, synthetic biology and 3D printing in biomedicine. - More More

by Redazione FGB, 25 January 2017 Permalink

SMART-map project

Game-changing innovations and responsibility. A dialogue with David Guston.

On November, 14th, The Fondazione Bassetti had the honor to host Professor David Guston, Founding Director of the School for the Future of Innovation in Society and Co-Director of the Institute for the Future of Innovation in Society Arizona State University. Here presentation, videos, slides and photos. - More More

by Angela Simone, Redazione FGB, 29 November 2016 Permalink

Game-changing innovations and responsibility. A dialogue with David Guston.
Read also: Journal of Responsible Innovation reviews and some posts on VIRI

David Guston in Bassetti Foundation

Six years on from his previous visit to Milan, we are very pleased to have Professor Guston once more to discuss themes surrounding SynBio and responsibility on 14 November in our conference suite in Via Barozzi. - More More

by Redazione FGB, 5 November 2016 Permalink

David Guston in Fondazione Bassetti

An Introduction to the Agri/Cultures Project

Readers may be interested to learn that Fern Wickson, program coordinator of the Society, Ecology and Ethics Department (SEED) at GenØk Centre for Biosafety in Tromsø, Norway and member of the VIRI, is currently leading the new 'Agri/Cultures Project'. - More More

by Redazione FGB, 10 August 2015 Permalink

An Introduction to the Agri/Cultures Project

Sharing Health

Wave. The focus of the meeting of 8 June is the role that the sharing of knowledge, ideas and experience can play in improviing specialist capability, in deciding the most effective course of treatment from those currently available... - More More

by Margherita Fronte, 29 May 2015 Permalink

Wave - Condividere la salute

Nuffield Council on Bioethics Biotechnologies Report

In December of last year the Nuffield Council on Bioethics published a report entitled Emerging Biotechnologies: technology, choice and the public good. In this post Jonny Hankins reviews the report and its findings and recommendations. - More More

by Jonny Hankins, 18 January 2013 Permalink

Emerging biotechnologies report

Sequencing the Genome of Unborn Babies

The New York Times recently carried a story on its front page that is rapidly spreading in which it reported that an unborn baby's DNA was sequenced. What are the implications? - More More

by Jonny Hankins, 13 June 2012 Permalink

cc - photo by Telstar Logistics from Flickr

Architectures for Life with 23andMe, a Report - part 3

On the 17th of April Jonny Hankins attended a lecture given by Anne Wojcicki, CEO of direct to consumer genetics company 23andMe and a follow-on workshop. This is his report. Part 3 - More More

by Jonny Hankins, 8 May 2012 Permalink

cc - photo by micahb37 from Flickr

Architectures for Life with 23andMe, a Report - part 2

On the 17th of April Jonny Hankins attended a lecture given by Anne Wojcicki, CEO of direct to consumer genetics company 23andMe and a follow-on workshop. This is his report. Part 2 - More More

by Jonny Hankins, 8 May 2012 Permalink

cc - photo by micahb37 from Flickr

Architectures for Life with 23andMe, a Report - part 1

On the 17th of April Jonny Hankins attended a lecture given by Anne Wojcicki, CEO of direct to consumer genetics company 23andMe and a follow-on workshop. This is his report. - More More

by Jonny Hankins, 8 May 2012 Permalink

cc - photo by micahb37 from Flickr

Innovating Food

In the light of the 'Innovating Food, Innovating the Law' conference taking place in Piacenza this weekend, we take a look at the history of the food argument on this website. - More More

by Redazione FGB, 13 October 2011 Permalink

cc - photo by CIMMYT from flickr
Categories Bioethics, Food and Feed

Consuming Genomes: Constructing the Genetic Consumer in the United States

On May 16th 2011 Margaret Curnutte gave her talk at the Foundation premises on "Consuming Genomes: Constructing the Genetic Consumer in the United States" as part of her Harvard Bassetti scholarship. Video, photos and other materials - More More

by Redazione FGB, 12 July 2011 Permalink

cc - foto tomcorsan - Margareth Curnutte

Drugs for People, not for Profit.

In this article Jonny Hankins focuses his attention upon a report entitled 'A Bitter Pill To Swallow, Drugs for people, not just for profit'. Published by the think-tank Compass the report offers a critique into the current state of the pharmaceutics industry and the societal responsibility that it bears. - More More

by Redazione FGB, 10 September 2009 Permalink

photo by El Freddy from Flickr - Med Alert

Humanizing Tomorrow's Biomedicine

The Bassetti Foundation is pleased to announce its association with and participation at the 13th International Intensive Course in Bioethics entitled Humanizing Tomorrow's Biomedicine, that takes place between the 13th to the 24th of July 2009 in Udine, Italy. - More More

by Redazione FGB, 4 July 2009 Permalink

Università di Udine

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