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DESCRIPTION:The sixth of nine pages on Tools (one of the Field Nodes comprising the subject tree of The Telson Spur), this page is a list of links to on-line resources in the study of biotechnology, genetic engineering, and genomics, and bioethics and related issues of science policy. The coordinate pages, with a common header and List of Contents, contain links to additional resources on technology (including technology education; engineering; food and natural resources; wildlife biodiversity and conservation; materials and processes; pollution and waste management; energy and power; transportation; communication and information; microscopy and nanotechnology; the history of medicine and technology; and technological change and development), to resources on computers and computer science (including artificial intelligence and robotics, quantum information and quantum computation), and to resources in the history of computers (including internet history).

KEYWORDS: technology; high technology; biotechnology; genetic engineering; genomics; proteomics; synthetic biology; biosafety; bioethics; science policy

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  1. Technology
    Technology Education
    Engineering and Applied Science
    Food and Natural Resources
    Wildlife Biodiversity and Conservation
    Materials and Processes
    Pollution and Waste Management
    Energy and Power
    Communication and Information
    Microscopy and Nanotechnology
    Biotechnology and Genomics
    Bioethics and Science Policy
    History of Medicine and Technology
    Technological Change and Development

  2. Computers and Computer Science
    AI and Robotics
    Advanced Computing and Supercomputing
    Molecular Computation and Nanocomputing
    Quantum Information and Computation
    History of Computers
    History of the Internet
    The Year 2000 Problem

Science & Technology Media Software PCs Net WWW Future Environment Space



Technology Education
Engineering & Applied Science
Food and Natural Resources
Biodiversity and Conservation
Materials & Processes
Pollution and Waste Management
Energy and Power
Communication and Information
Microscopy and Nanotechnology
Biotechnology and Genomics
Bioethics and Science Policy
History of Medicine and Technology
Technological Change


Biotechnology, Genetic Engineering, and Genomics

Now I saw the point more clearly. It would be futile to send a physical body hurtling across space. The essential thing was to send the information, the bolt of information.
Sherwood (Fred Hoyle, Ossian's Ride, 1959)

Fool! All that is, at all,
Lasts ever, past recall;
Earth changes, but thy soul and God stand sure:
What entered into thee,
That was, is, and shall be:
Time's wheel runs back or stops: Potter and clay endure.
Robert Browning

For conservation of biodiversity, see Wildlife Conservation and Biodiversity.

AAAS/ICS Report on Stem Cell Research
(Audrey R. Chapman et al., Nov 1999)
About Biotech (Access Excellence)
Academic Info: Biotechnology (Mike Madin)
ACeKit: A C. elegans Survival Kit - Introduction & Informatics
(ed. Farhang Payvar)
Advanced Cell Technology, Inc.
Aerobiological Engineering -- Airborne Pathogen Control Systems
AgBioForum (University of Missouri-Columbia)
AgBios Agriculture & Biotechnology Strategies (Canada) Inc.
Ag BioTech InfoNet
AgBiotechNet: The Online Service for Agricultural Biotechnology
Ag Biotech-Related WWW Sites and Documents (BIC)
AgBiotech Reporter - AgBiotechnology Research/Business News
Agricultural Biotechnology in Europe (ABE)
Agricultural Biotechnology Resources (GABA)

Alan Robinson Web Page - Visualisation, Data Mining and Bioinformatics
Amos' WWW Links Page (Amos Bairoch)
Antibodies-online.com - The Marketplace for Research Antibodies (Aachen University of Technology)
Antibody Engineering Page (Roland Kontermann, Tumour Targeting Group)
The Antibody Resource Page: Find Monoclonal and Polyclonal Antibodies
Army Transformation: Paradigm-Shifting Capabilities through Biotechnology (John A. Parmentola, The Bridge 34(3), National Academy of Engineering, Washington, DC, Fall 2004)
BBSRC Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (UK)
Best Practices in Biocomplexity and Sustainability (NBII)
BINAS Online (Biosafety Information Network and Advisory Service, UNIDO)
BIOBASE Biological Databases (Wolfenbuettel, Germany)
BIO: Biotechnology Industry Organization
BioChemNet: Biotechnology (Dyann K. Schmidel)
BioChipNet - The Informational Website on BioChip Technologies
(University of Tübingen)
Biocomputing For Everyone (ed. Georg Fuellen, Germany)
-- US Mirror
Biocomputing in a Nutshell (Ulf Reimer & Georg Fuellen)
-- US Mirror

The Biocomputing Service Group (DKFZ, Heidelberg)
BioDirectory: The Open Content Directory for Life Sciences and Medical Sciences (Oxford Informatics)
Biodiversity at OECD
Bioentrepreneur (Nature Publishing Group)
BioFrontiers Institute (University of Colorado)
Bioinformatics Activity Bank (Elizabeth Rice et al.)
Bioinformatics.ca (Vancouver, BC)
Bioinformatics Centre, University of British Columbia
The Bioinformatics Gold Rush (Ken Howard, Scientific American, Jul 2000
Bioinformatics Links Directory (Bioinformatics Centre, University of British Columbia)
Biofind - Insight for the Biotech Industry
Biointerphases - An Open Access Journal for the Biomaterials Interface Community (American Vacuum Society, New York)
Bio-IT World: Technology for the Life Sciences
Bio-Link.org | Educating the Biotechnology Workforce (US)
Biological Informatics Subject Tracer Information Blog
(Virtual Private Library)
Biological information specialists for biological informatics (P. Bryan Heidorn et al., Journal of Biomedical Discovery and Collaboration 2:1, 12 Feb 2007)
Biologically Inspired Research, WWW Resources on (Jianjun Hu)
Biological Russian Roulette (Werner Reisberger, Genetech Pages)
The Biology WorkBench (San Diego Supercomputer Center)
The Biomechanics Yellow Pages
Biomechanics World Wide (J. Pierre Baudin et al.)
BioMed Central | Home page
Biomimetics: Biologically-Inspired Technologies (JPL)
BioMinT: Biological Text Mining (EU FP5 Quality of Life Project)
The Bionic Ear Institute (Graeme Clark et al., Melbourne)
Bionics (Josh Fischman & Max Grinnell, AMSER Science Reader Monthly, May 2011)
Bionics from Biochips (Mike May, In Situ, HMS Beagle 75, 31 Mar 2000)
BIONIS: The Biomimetics Network for Industrial Sustainability (Reading)
Bioplanet: The Bioinformatics Home Page
BioPortal (Government of Canada)
Bioprospecting: Medicine Quest (Interview with Mark J. Plotkin, Actionsbioscience.org, Oct 2000)

Bioresearch Online
Biosafety Protocol (CBD Biosafety Clearing-House)
The Biosafety Protocol (U.S. Department of State)
Biosafety Resources on the Internet (William C. G. Burns)
BIOS - Biological Innovation for Open Society (Steve Irwin)
Biosciences - Medicine (VL)
BioSecurityCodes.org (OECD)
Biosingularity (blog, Derya Unutmaz, Vanderbilt University, Nashville)
Biotech Bugs: A Look at the Science and Public Policy Surrounding the Release of Genetically Modified Instects (Proceedings, Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology, George Washington University, 20-21 Sep 2004)
BIOTECanada (Biotechnology Canada Home Page)
Biotechcentury.org (Jeremy Rifkin et al., Foundation on Economic Trends)
Biotech Chronicles (Genentech)
BiotechConnection.com (Canada)
The Biotech Database (OECD)

BiotechFind Search Engine
Biotechnological Links (EJB)
Biotechnologies in Developing Countries (FAO-BioDeC)
Biotechnology (Anders Sandberg)
Biotechnology (CRUISE)
Biotechnology (Yali Friedman, About.com)
Biotechnology and Development Monitor (Amsterdam)
Biotechnology and Food Safety (FAO/WHO)
Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (Mitchell Porter)
Biotechnology@nature.com (Nature Biotechnology)
Biotechnology at OECD
Biotechnology Education Program (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
The Biotechnology Gateway (Industry Canada)

Biotechnology - INEEL (Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory)
Biotechnology in Food and Agriculture (FAO)
Biotechnology Information Center (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
The Biotechnology Information Resource
(U.S. National Agricultural Library)
The Biotechnology Institute (Arlington, Virginia)
Biotechnology Issues (Actionbioscience.org)
Biotechnology Law Project (US National Center for Biotechnology Law)
Biotechnology Research in an Age of Terrorism: Confronting the "Dual Use" Dilemma (Gerald R. Fink et al., National Research Council, Washington, DC, 2003)
The Proteus Effect: Stem Cells and Their Promise (Ann B. Parson, National Research Council, Washington, DC, 2004)
Biotechnology Risk Assessment Data: Facts and Conclusions (USDA)
Biotechnology Science Centre (Industry Canada)
Biotech Rumor Mill: Rumors, Reports & Reactions (Biofind)
BioTrack Online - Biotechnology at OECD
BioWizard - The Biomedical Research Portal
Biozone: Biotechnology (Biozone International, NZ)
BMERC: BioMolecular Engineering Research Center
(Sean Quinlan, Boston University)
BoincSIMAP - Similarity Matrix of Proteins (Thomas Rattei et al., TU Munich)
BRACAnalysis: Online Resources (Myriad Genetics)
The Brave New World of Mammalian Cloning
(Leon Browder, The Virtual Embryo)

BUBL LINK: 660.6 Biotechnology
CAMBIA (Richard Jefferson et al., Center for the Application of Molecular Biology to Agriculture, Canberra)
Canada's Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre
Canadian Biotechnology Clusters (Industry Canada)
Canadian Institute of Biotechnology
The Cancer Genome Anatomy Project (US National Cancer Institute)
Capturing the History of Biotech (Life Sciences Foundation)
Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety, Third meeting of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the (Convention on Biological Diversity, Curitiba, Brazil, 13-17 Mar 2006)
Catalyzing Inquiry at the Interface of Computing and Biology (John C. Wooley et al., National Research Council, Washington, DC, 2005)
CBC News Indepth: Genetics and Reproduction
(CBC News Online, 20 May 2005)
CBEN Center for Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology
(Rice University)
Celera Discovery System
Celera Genomics (J. Craig Venter et al.)
Center for Advanced Research in Biotechnology (UMBI)
Center for Biofilm Engineering (Montana State University)
Center for BioDynamics (Boston University)
The Center for the Study of Technology and Society - Biotechnology
-- Special Focus on Designer Babies

Centre for Cell Engineering (Glasgow University)
Centre for Economic and Social Aspects of Genomics
(CESAGen, Lancaster University)
Challenging Nature (Lee M. Silver)
CIRB Biocomputing Group Home Page
(Rita Casadio et al., U of Bologna)
Cloning (PhRMA Genomics)
Cloning (Roslin Institute, Edinburgh)
Cloning (TIME Pathfinder)
Cloning and Stem Cells (New Scientist Special Report)
Cloning Fact Sheet (Human Genome Project)
Cloning: A Select Chronology, 1997-2003 (Mary V. Wright, CRS Report for Congress, 19 Aug 2003) PDF
COMB - Center of Marine Biotechnology (UMBI)
Conceiving a Clone (ThinkQuest)
Consortium for Functional Genomics (NIGMS)
Containment Facilities (Public Health Agency of Canada)
Cornell Genomics Initiative
Covering Biotech Advances (Bruce Murray, FACSNET)
Craig Venter unveils "synthetic life" (Video on TED.com, May 2010)
Cryonics -- Frozen dead guys (Stephen Cave, Aeon Magazine, 8 May 2013)

Digital People: From Bionic Humans to Androids (Sidney Perkowitz, US National Research Council, 2004)
Disprot - Database of Protein Disorder (Center for Computational Biology and Informatics, Indiana University, and Center for Information Science and Technology, Temple University)
DNA: Advice & Information for the Novice (John Rowlinson et al., ExploreDNA, UK)
DNA for Dinner? (William E. Peace, WebQuest)
DNA2Z.com (Yali Friedman)
Dolly the Sheep (Nature)
Drug Discovery@nature.com
EBI, the European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL Outstation, Hinxton, UK)
Education and Genetics: Human Genome Project Information
Ehud Shapiro (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel)
EJB Electronic Journal of Biotechnology
Electronic Forum on Biotechnology in Food and Agriculture (FAO)
elegansNet: The Organism Bio- Cheminformatics and Research Menu Hubsite (ed. Farhang Payvar)
EMBnet - European Molecular Biomedical Network
Embryonic Stem Cell Research at UW-Madison
(University of Wisconsin)
Embryos and stem cells (Guardian Unlimited, London)
Ensembl Genome Server
Evolution Into the Next Millennium (Charles Ostman)
ExPASy Proteomics Tools (Weizmann Institute Geonome Center)

FDA/CFSAN Biotechnology
The First Human Cloned Embryo (Jose B. Cibelli et al., Scientific American Explorations, 25 Nov 2001; Scientific American 286:1:44-51, Jan 2002)
Flags and Lollipos: Bioninformatics & Genomics News and Views (The Ghastly Fop, Edinburgh)
Focus on Stem Cells (Nature, 20 Jun 2002)
Folding@home (Vijay Pande et al., Stanford University)
Foldit | Solve Puzzles for Science (University of Washington)
-- Review (Web life, Physics World, 1 Jul 2009)
Food Biotechnology Communications Network
Food Safety Network (University of Guelph)
454 Life Sciences | DNA Sequencing, Screening, and Analysis (Branford, Connecticut)
The free-will fix: How new brain implants can boost free will (Walter Glannon, Aeon Magazine, 1 Oct 2014)
Frontline | Organ Farm (dir. Frank Simmonds, PBS, 27 Mar 2001)
Frozen Angels (film by Eric Black & Frauke Sandig, Independent Lens, PBS, 2005)
Functional Genomics (Science Magazine)
Future Biotechnology Research on the International Space Station
(National Research Council, Washington, DC, 2000)
The Future of Genetically Modified Crops: Lessons from the Green Revolution (Felicia Wu & William P. Butz, RAND Corporation, 2004) PDF
The Future of Stem Cells (Special Report, Scientific American, Jul 2005)
GE Alert (E. Ann Clark et al.)
GeneCards: Human Genes, Proteins and Diseases
(Weizmann Institute of Science)
The Gene Discovery Page (3rd Millenium Services)
Genes on the Web (Pamela M. Gannon, In Situ, HMS Beagle 83, 21 Jul 2000)
GeneTests Home Page

Genetically Engineered Food - Safety Problems
Genetically Modified Food - UK and World News
Genetically Modified Foods (Debate, HMS Beagle 78, 12 May 2000)
Genetically Modified Pest Protected Plants
(US National Research Council)
Genetic Engineering (Discovery Education Lesson Plan Library)
Genetic Engineering and Cloning (ThinkQuest)
Genetic Modification (CBC News Indepth)
Genetics (The Center for Public Integrity)
Genetics/Biotechnology Theme (CLN)
Genetic Strategies for Controlling Mosquito-Borne Diseases (Fred Gould et al., American Scientist 94(3):238-46, May-Jun 2006)
GENET WWW Archive (Werner Reisberger)
Genome British Columbia (Genome Canada)
Genome Canada
Genome Center of Wisconsin (UW-Madison)

Genome Gateway: Nature Genome Information Centre
(Nature Magazine)
GenomeNet WWW Server (Kyoto)
Genome News Network (J. Craig Venter Institute, Rockland, Maryland)
Genomes & Machines (Francisco Azuaje, University of Dublin)
Genome Sequencing Progress (Robert J. Bradbury)
Genomes to Life: Biological Solutions for Energy Challenges
(DOE Workshop, Arlington, Virginia, 9-12 Feb 2003)
GenomeWeb Daily News (GenomeWeb Intelligence Network, New York)
The Genomic Revolution (AMNH Exhibition)
The Genomic Revolution: Unveiling the Unity of Life (Robert Bazell et al., US National Research Council, 2002)
Genomics and Its Impact on Medicine and Society: 2001 Primer
(U.S. Human Genome Program)
Genomics Gateway (BioMedNet Reviews)
Genomics: A Global Resource (PhRMA/FGM)
Genomics Glossary (Cambridge Healthtech Institute)
Genomics Network (Economic and Social Research Council, UK)
-- ESRC Centre for Genomics in Society (Egenis, University of Exeter)

GENTECH List Archive (Werner Reisberger)
Geometry.net | Bioinformatics
Geometry.net | Biotechnology
Global Contamination, Wildlife Health, and Biotechnology
(Albert Sollod & David Proulx)
Global Status of Genetically Engineered Crops
(Greenpeace International, 18 Jan 2007)
GM Crops: The First 10 Years - Global Socio-economic and Environmental Impacts (Graham Brookes & Peter Barfoot, PG Economics, Dorchester, UK, Oct 2006) PDF
GM crops: the global socioeconomic and environmental impact -- the first nine years 1996-2004 (Graham Brookes & Peter Barfoot, PG Economics, Dorchester, UK, Oct 2005) PDF
GM crops: Time to choose (Nature Web Focus, 16 Oct 2003)
GM Organisms, Special Report on (New Scientist)
Gramene: A Comparative Mapping Resource for Grains (USDA)
Greenpeace International: Genetic Engineering
Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | GM debate
GURTs - Genetic Use Restriction Technologies (Plant Biosafety Office, Canadian Food Inspection Agency)
Harvard Molecular Technology Group & Lipper Center for Computational Genetics (George M. Church et al., Harvard Medical School)
The Hastings Center (Garrison, New York)
The Hedonistic Imperative (Michael Clive Price, HedWeb)
HGMD | The Human Gene Mutation Database (D. N. Cooper et al., Institute of Medical Genetics, Cardiff)
Homophila: Human Disease to Drosophila Gene Database
(Lawrence Reiter & Ethan Bier, UC San Diego)
How evolutionary principles could help save our world (US National Science Foundation Press Release 14-120, 11 Sep 2014)
How Sequencing Is Done (Joint Genome Institute, US Department of Energy)
Human Cloning (Amina Ali & Owen Wood, CBC News Online, Mar 2001, updated)
Human Cloning and Human Dignity: An Ethical Inquiry (Dean Clancy et al., The President's Council on Bioethics, Jul 2002)
Human Cloning Foundation
Human Cloning Headlines (Patrick Dixon)
Human Embryo and Stem Cell Research (B. A. Robinson, Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance, 1999)
Human Genome Browser Gateway (Jim Kent, UCSC)
Human Genome Center (Institute of Medical Science, University of Tokyo)

Human Genome Central (International Human Genome Sequencing Consortium)
Human Genome Issues (Actionbioscience.org)
Human Genome News (Human Genome Project)
The Human Genome Organisation (HuGO)
-- HGSI: Human Genome Sequencing Index
-- HuGO All Chromosomes
-- HuGO Pacific Home Page (Tokyo)
Human Genome Project Information (ORNL)
-- Human Genome Project News
Human Genome Project: An Update (Emily Willingham, In Situ, HMS Beagle 74, 17 Mar 2000)
Human Genome Research (U.S. Human Genome Project)

Human Genome Resources: The Genome at a Glance (NCBI)
Human Genome Sequencing Center (Baylor College of Medicine)
Human Genome - The Third Millennium (Vered Chalifa-Caspi et al., Weizmann Institute of Science)
Human Genome Variation Society
The Human Variome Project: International Collection of Human Gene Variation (WHO/Genomic Disorder Research Centre)
i-bio UK : Information Biotechnology (UK Bioportal)
ICRISAT | International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (Agri-Science Park, Andhra Pradesh, India)
iHOP - Information Hyperlinked over Proteins (Vienna)
The Implantable Artificial Heart Project
InfoBiotech Canada
Info4Action WWW Archive (Werner Reisberger)
Information Resources for Bioinformatics (George Michaels)
Information Systems for Biotechnology
The Institute for Genomic Biology (University of Illinois)
The Institute for Genomic Research (TIGR)
The Institute for Science in Society (Julian Haffegee, UK)
Institute for Systems Biology (Leroy Hood et al.)
Institute of Bioinformatics (Tsinghua University, Beijing)

Intellectual Property and Biotechnology (WIPO)
International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology
International Longevity Centre (UK)
International Organisation for Biotechnology and Bioengineering
International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications (ISAAA, Cornell University)
The International Society for Computational Biology
(St. Louis, Missouri)
International Society of Biomechanics
International Society for Molecular Electronics and BioComputing
The International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants (UPOV)
The Intersection Of Biotechnology And Pharmacogenomics: Health Policy Implications (Kathryn A. Phillips, Health Affairs 25(5):1271-80, 2006)
Jacking into the Brain--Is the Brain the Ultimate Computer Interface? (Gary Stix, Scientific American 299:5:56-61, Nov 2008)
J. Craig Venter Institute (Rockville, Maryland)
J. Craig Venter's Corporate Strategy? The Scientific Method (Andrew Pollack, New York Times, 4 Sep 2010)
Journal of Cheminformatics (Chemistry Central)
Journal of RNAi and Gene Silencing: An International Journal of RNA and Gene Targeting Research (UK)
Laboratory for Applied Biotelemetry & Biotechnology
(Texas A&M at Galveston)
LifeSciencesWorld (Michael Carpentier & Jean-Philippe Gravel, Quebec City)
LabVelocity - The Resource for Biotechnology and Life Science
LANL Research Library: Bioinformatics
The Life Science Executive Exchange (BioInformatics, LLC)
Living Code: Biology & Information (Richard Gayle, Corante)
Medicine and the New Genetics (Human Genome Project Information)
Mendel in the Kitchen: Scientist's View of Genetically Modified Food
(Nina V. Federoff & Nancy Marie Brown, Joseph Henry Press, 2004)
The Methuselah Mouse Prize
MGED - Microarray Gene Expression Data Society
(Vallejo, California)
Michael Smith Laboratories (University of British Columbia)
Mind to Market: A Global Analysis of University Biotechnology Transfer and Commercialization (Ross DeVol & Armen Bedroussian et al., Milken Institute, Santa Monica, 20 Sep 2006) PDF
MIT Registry of Standard Biological Parts
MOJO Special Biotechnology Report (Mother Jones, May-Jun 1998)
Molbel Molecular Bioengineering Lab
(Dan Luo et al., Cornell University)
Molecular Biology Protocols and Bioinformatics
(Molecular Station)
Molecular Medicine in Action (Indiana University)
Montemagno Microscale Biological Engineering and Transport Group
(Carlo Montemagno et al., Cornell University)

Nagy Lab (Andras Nagy et al., Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto)
Nano and Bio Technology Research at NASA Ames
(M. Meyyappan et al.)
Nano-Biophotonics Group (Osamu Nakamura et al, Osaka University)
The Nanobiotechnology Center (Cornell University)
NanoBiotech News
Nanobodies (W. Wayt Gibbs, Scientific American 293:2:78-83, Aug 2005)
Nanogen, Inc.
Nanosphere, Inc.
Nano2Life: Envisioned Developments in Nanobiotechnology (Aharon Hauptman & Yair Sharan, Interdisciplinary Center for Technology Analysis & Forecasting, Tel Aviv University, Dec 2005) PDF
NASA Ames Genome Research Facility (NASA Ames Research Center, Moffet Field, California)
NASA BioVIS Technology Center (Ames Research Center)
National Animal Disease Center (NADC Home Page, USDA)
The National Center for Biotechnology Information
National Human Genome Research Institute (US)
National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity (National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland)
National Simulation Resource for Circulatory Mass Transport and Exchange (US)
The Nature Biotechnology Directory
Nature Reports Stem Cells (Nature Publishing Group, London)
Navigate Dennis Kunkel's Pages
(Pacific Biomedical Research Center, Hawaii)
NCBI Coffee Break (National Center for Biotechnology Information)
NCBI Reference Sequence (RefSeq)
NCBI Trace Archive
New Movement in Parkinson's (Andres M. Lozano & Suneil K. Kalia, Scientific American 293:1:68-75, Jul 2005)
New Scientist | Cloning Report

The Next Big Step: Functional Genomics
(Amy Fluet, In Situ, HMS Beagle 88, 2 Oct 2000)
NIH Human Embryonic Stem Cell Registry (U.S. National Institutes of Health)
NIH Stem Cell Task Force (US National Institutes of Health)
NodalPoint.org | A bioinformatics weblog
(Gregory Tyrelle, Australia)
Nonlinear Dynamics | Bioinformatics Software for Proteomics and Genomics Research (Newcastle)
Notes from the Biomass: A Bioinformatics Blog
(Roland Krause)
NPR Special Report: Stem Cell Research (US National Public Radio)
NRC Biotechnology Research Institute - Home Page
(National Research Council)
OECD Online - Biotechnology & Food Safety
Oncogenomics Normal Tissue Gene Expression Database
(Javed Khan et al., US National Cancer Institute)
123Genomics: A Genomics and Bioinformatics Knowledge Base
OneWorld.net | Guides: Genetic Engineering
OpenWetWare (wiki)
OPD: Open Proteomics Database (University of Texas at Austin)
Open Bioinformatics Foundation
Opportunites and Challenges in Agricultural Biotechnology: The Decade Ahead (USDA, 13 Jul 2006) PDF
Patient-Specific Stem Cell Lines Derived from Human Parthenogenetic Blastocysts (E. S. Revazova, Cloning and Stem Cells 9:3:1-18, 26 Jun 2007) PDF
PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) Project (Paul Rabinow et al.)
Penn State University Biotechnology Institute

Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology: Agricultural Biotechnology News and Information
Pharmacogenomics Factsheet (US National Center for Biotechnology Information)
Pharming for Farmaceuticals (Genetic Science Learning Center, University of Utah)
PhRMA Bioinformatics
PlantGeneRisk: Database on the authorisation of genetically engineered plants in the European Union
-- Database on the risks of genetically engineered crop plants (News release, 15 Dec 2011)
PLoS Computational Biology (International Society for Computational Biology)
Polio made from scratch (Tom Clarke, Nature Science Update, 12 Jul 2002)
Postgenomic (The Ghastly Fop, Edinburgh)
PPL Therapeutics
A Practical Guide to Containment - Greenhouse Research with Transgenic Plants and Animals (USDA Information Systems for Biotechnology)
Precision and Recall of Five Search Engines for Retrieval of Scholarly Information in the Field of Biotechnology (S. M. Shafi & Rafiq A. Rather, Webology 2:2, Aug 2005)
Predictor@Home (Charles L. Brooks et al., Scripps Research Institute)
probeBase: An Online Resource for rRNA-targeted Oligonucleotide Probes (Matthias Horn et al., Microbial Ecology Group)
Proteins@Home (Thomas Simonson et al., Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France)
Proteomics: Proteins Get Their Turn (Amy Fluet, In Situ, HMS Beagle 91, 24 Nov 2000)
The Proteus Effect: Stem Cells and Their Promise (Ann B. Parson, National Research Council, Washington, DC, 2004)
The Pure Food Campaign Homepage
Putting DNA to Work (Koshland Science Museum)
Q&A: Life, synthetic biology and risk (Steven A. Benner, BMC Biology 8:77, 14 Jun 2010)
The RCSB Protein Data Bank (Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics)
Reading the Human Map - Facts & Implications of the Human Genome Project (North Suburban Library System, Chicago)
Reaping the Benefits of Genomic and Proteomic Research: Intellectual Property Rights, Innovation, and Public Health (Shirley M. Tighman & Roderick R. McKelvie et al., National Research Council, 2006)
Recombinant Capital
The Reproductive Cloning Network - Resources on Mammalian and Human Cloning
Reprogrammed fibroblasts identical to embryonic stem cells (David Cameron, Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, MIT, 6 Jun 2007)
Resources for Bioinformatics (Frederick B. Getze, University of Delaware)
Resources for Biotechnology (Frederick B. Getze, University of Delaware)
Resources for Genomics, Molecular Biology and Evolutionary Research (OGMP Montreal)
Resources for the Scientific Community (Broad Institute, MIT)

Revolution in Progress: Human Genetics and Medical Research (NIH)
RNAi J Home: Journal of RNAi and Gene Splicing (Oxford)
Rosetta@Home Protein Folding, Design, and Docking (David Baker et al., University of Washington)
Roslin Institute, Edinburgh
The Science Advisory Board (BioInformatics, Inc., Arlington, Virginia)
Science2Discover: Children's Guide to Science & Biotechnology (Celeste Bailey)
Scientific and Medical Aspects of Human Reproductive Cloning
(US National Research Council, 2002)
SciWeb -- The Life Science Home Page
SDSC Biology (San Diego Supercomputer Center)
separationsNOW.com Separation Science & Chromatography Portal
(ed. Ian Davies et al., John Wiley and Sons)
Sfold - Software for Statistical Folding and Rational Design of Nucleic Acids (Wadsworth Center)
Signals: The Online Magazine of Biotechnology Industry Analysis
(Recombinant Capital)
SimGene :: A Portal to Free Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics Tools
Southwest Biotechnology and Informatics Cente
(New Mexico State University)
Staying alive: Is a long life necessarily a good life? (Rhys Southan, Aeon Magazine, 8 Jul 2013)
The Stem Cell Challenge (Robert Lanza & Nadia Rosenthal, Scientific American 290:6:92-9, Jun 2004)
Stem Cell Information (US National Institutes of Health)
Stem Cell Network (Michael Rudnicki et al., Ottawa)
Stem Cell News (Do No Harm)
Stem Cell News - The Latest News About Stem Cells & Information
Stem Cell Research (American Heart Association)
Stem Cell Research (Judith A. Johnson & Erin Williams, CRS Report for Congress, Updated 13 Aug 2004) PDF
Stem Cell Research (PBS Online NewsHour)
Stem Cell Research (University of Minnesota Cancer Center)

Stem Cell Research (WashintonPost.com)
Stem cell research could lead to life-saving medical treatment (Wellcome Trust, London, 13 Dec 2000)
Stem Cell Research: Medical Progress with Responsibility (Chief Medical Officer's Expert Group on Therapeutic Cloning, UK Department of Health, 2000)
Stem Cells (New Scientist Special Report)
Stem Cells (NOVA scienceNOW, PBS, 19 Apr 2005)
Stem Cells (PhRMA Genomics)
Stem Cells and the Future of Regenerative Medicine (Committee on the Biological and Biomedical Applications of Stem Cell Research, 2002)
Stem Cells at the National Academies (Washington, DC)
Stem-cell scientists mourn loss of brain engineer [Yoshiki Sasai] (David Cyranoski, Nature News & Comment, 5 Aug 2014)
Stem Cells | The International Journal of Cell Differentiation and Proliferation
Stem Cells Q and A (Amina Ali & Owen Wood, CBC News Online, Apr 2001)
Stem Cells: The Real Culprits in Cancer? (Michael F. Clarke & Michael W. Becker, Scientific American 295:1:52-9, Jul 2006)
Stem Cells: Science, Ethics and Politics at the Crossroads (The Science Network, Salk Institute, La Jolla, California, 2 Oct 2004)
The Sunshine Project (Biological Weapons and Biotechnology)
A Survey of Asian Life Scientists: The State of Biosciences, Laboratory Biosecurity, and Biosafety in Asia (Jennifer Gaudioso, Sandia National Laboratories' Biological Weapons Nonproliferation Department and BioInformatics, Feb 2006) PDF

SWISS-PROT: Annotated Protein Sequence Database
(ExPASy, Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics)
Synthesizing the Future: A vision for the convergence of synthetic biology and nanotechnology (The Ilulissat Statement, Kavli Foundation, 15 Jun 2007) PDF
Synthetic Aesthetics (Jane Calvert et al.)
Synthetic Biology (M.I.T. Synthetic Biology Working Group)
Synthetic Life (W. Wayt Gibbs, Scientific American 290:5:74-81, May 2004)
TANPAKU (BOINC, Takeda Lab, Tokyo University of Science)
Teachers' Domain: Biotechnology (Digital Media for the Classroom and Professional Development)
Terasem Movement (Melbourne Beach, Florida)
Things genes can't do (Kenneth M. Weiss & Anne V. Buchanan, Aeon Magazine, 9 Apr 2013)
T1DBase - A Bioinformatics Resource for Type 1 Diabetes Researchers (Institute for Systems Biology)
Triple Helix: Designing a New Molecule of Life (Peter E. Nielsen, 'A New Molecule of Life?,' Scientific American 99:6:64-71, Dec 2008)
UCSC Genome Bioninformatics Home (UC Santa Cruz)
UMBI - University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute
UniGene (NCBI)
Union of Concerned Scientists
Unlocking the Secrets of Longevity Genes (David A. Sinclair & Lenny Guarente, Scientific American 294:3:48-57, Mar 2006)
USDA Agricultural Biotechnology
U.S. Regulatory Agencies Unified Biotechnology Website (USDA)
The Virtual Lab (Novo Nordisk, DK)
Washington Post Cloning Report
The WayStation: The Centre for the Submission, Review and Publication of Genome Variations (Human Genome Variation Society)
Weed to Wonder (DNA Learning Center, Cold Spring Harbor Lab)
Weizmann Institute: The Crown Human Genome Center
What Clones? (Gary Stix, Scientific American Explorations, 24 Dec 2001)
What is Bioinformatics? (Joanne Fox, UBC Bioinformatics Centre)
What is Bioinformatics? (Paul Gardner)
Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge)
The Why Files Guide to Stem Cells (ed. Terry Devitt)
WikiGenes - Evolutionary Knowledge (Robert Hoffman et al.)
-- A wiki for the life sciences where authorship matters (Robert Hoffman, Nature Genetics 40(9):1047-51, 27 Aug 2008)
The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Biotechnology (David Hopp)
Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering (Harvard University)
Yahoo! Cloning


Bioethics and Science Policy

We report the derivation of a pluripotent embryonic stem cell line (SCNT-hES-1) from a cloned human blastocyst.
Woo Suk Hwang & Shin Yong Moon et al. (Science, 13 Feb 2004)

AAAS Bioethics Resources (DoSER)
Ad Hoc Committee on an International Convention against the Reproductive Cloning of Human Beings (United Nations)
Alliance for Bio-Integrity
Alliance for Human Research Protection (US)
ALTBIB Bibliography on Alternatives to the Use of Live Vertebrates in Biomedical Research and Testing (U.S. National Library of Medicine)
Altweb - Alternatives to Animal Testing on the Web (Johns Hopkins Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing)
AMA (Ethics) Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs
(American Medical Association)
The American Society of Bioethics and Humanities Home Page
-- ASBH Links
Animal Research (Nature Special, 13 Dec 2006)
Anthropology Ethics: Online Resources (University of Nebraska)
Assisted Human Reproduction (Health Canada)
Astrolabe: Ethical Navigations through Virtual Technologies (ACCAD)
Background and Legal Issues Related to Stem Cell Research
(Jon O. Shimabukuro, CRS Report for Congress, 13 Jul 2006)
BBC - Health - Gene Stories - Court of Opinion
BELIT - Bioethics Literature Database (DRZE)
Berlin-Based Bioethics: Germany's National Ethics Council
(Sanyin Siang, HMS Beagle 117, 21 Dec 2001)
Bioethics (PhRMA Genomics)
Bioethics (Science Tracer Bullet - Science Reference Services, Libraryof Congress)
Bioethics & Health Care Ethics Resources on WWW
(UBC Centre for Applied Ethics)
Bioethics and Public Policy: Conservative Dominance in the Current Landscape (Kathryn Hinsch, Women's Bioethics Project, Nov 2005) PDF
Bioethics Information Resources (U.S. National Library of Medicine)
Bioethics Internet Resources (NRCBL, Georgetown University)
Bioethics-Links (DRZE)
Bioethics.net | The American Journal of Bioethics
Bioethics 101 (Northwest Association for Biomedical Research)
Bioethics Organizations (NRCBL, Georgetown University)
Bioethics Resources on the Web (NRCBL Scope Note 38)
Bioethics Resources on the Web (U.S. National Institutes of Health)

BioethicsWeb - The Gateway for Internet Resources in Biomedical Ethics (UK)
The Bioethics Web Log (American Journal of Bioethics)
Bioethics World Congress (International Association of Bioethics)
Biotechnology Ethics & The Industry (Industry Canada)
BioWorldWatch (Mark Antony Rossi)
Bloodlines: Technology Hits Home
(Noel Schwerin, PBS, Jun 2003)
Canadian Bioethics Society
Can fetuses feel pain? (Stuart W. G. Derbyshire, British Medical Journal 332:909-12, 15 Apr 2006) PDF
Can science find a kinder way to save the bees? (Heather Swan, Aeon Magazine, 26 Nov 2014)
CBAC Canadian Biotechnology Advisory Committee
Center for Bioethics (University of Minnesota)
Center for Bioethics and Department of Medical Ethics at PENN
(University of Pennsylvania)
The Center for Bioethics and Human Culture
(Jennifer C. Lahl et al.)
The Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity
(John F. Kilner et al.)
Center for Cognition and Neuroethics (Center for Cognition and Ethics, University of Michigan, Flint)
Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) Home Page
-- Canadian Edition Home Page
Center for the Study of Bioethics (Medical College of Wisconsin)
CIHR ad hoc Working Group on Stem Cell Research
(Canadian Institutes of Health Research)
CIHR - Ethics (Canadian Institutes of Health Research)
CIHR Guidelines on Stem Cells (CBC News Online, 4 Mar 2002)

CIHR Releases Stem Cell Research Guidelines (4 Mar 2002)
Clash Over Stem Cell Research Heats Up (Rick Weiss, Washington Post, 15 Jul 2006)
Cloning and Genetics (Bioethics.net)
Cloning Ethics
-- Tripod Mirror
Cloning Home Page (SRT Project)
Comparison of systematic reviews of animal trials with clinical trials (Pablo Peretl et al., British Medical Journal, Dec 2006) PDF
Conscientious Objection in Medicine (Julian Savelescu, British Medical Journal, 4 Feb 2006) PDF
Consent and anonymization in research involving biobanks (Bernice S. Elger & Arthur L. Caplan, European Molecular Biology Organization, EMBO reports 7:7:1-6, 2006) PDF
The Council for Responsible Genetics (US)
The Dark Side of Science (Heather E. Douglas, Opinion, The Scientist, 16 Nov 2011)
The Declaration of Helskinki | Ethical Principles for Medical Research Involving Human Subjects (World Medical Association)
Detachment: Can research on Romanian orphans be ethical? (Virginia Hughes, Aeon Magazine, 29 Jul 2013)
Do No Harm - The Coalition of Americans for Research Ethics
DRZE - German Reference Centre for Ethics in the Life Sciences (Bonn)
Economics and Ethics in the Genetic Engineering of Animals (Chad West, Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 19(2):414-41, Spring 2006) PDF
ELSI: Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues of Genome Research
(Human Genome Project Information)
ELSI: Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of Human Genetic Research (National Human Genome Research Institute)
Environmental Ethics (Ron Epstein)
Environmental Ethics Case Studies (APSArchive.org - General Collection, American Physiological Society)
Environmental Ethics Resources on WWW
(UBC Centre for Applied Ethics)
Environmental Ethics Web Site (Josh Knauer)

EPA | SPC: Interim Genomics Policy (EPA Science Policy Council)
ETC group - Action Group on Erosion, Technology, and Concentration (Pat Roy Mooney et al., Ottawa)
Ethical and Scientific Issues of Nanotechnology in the Workplace (Paul A. Schulte & Fabio Salamanca-Buentello, Environmental Health Perspectives, 25 Sep 2006) PDF
Ethical Aspects of Human Cloning (OCRT)
The Ethical Conduct of Clinical Research Involving Children (ed. Marilyn J. Field & Richard E. Berman, US National Research Council, 2004)
Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues (ELSI) of the Human Genome Project
Ethics Center for Engineering & Science
Ethics Education Library | Ethics education resources in engineering & the sciences (Illinois Institute of Technology)
Ethics in Medicine (University of Washington School of Medicine)
Ethics in Science
Ethics in Science and Engineering National Clearinghouse (ESENCe, University of Massachusetts)
Ethics in Science (SciEd)
Ethics Institute (Dartmouth College)
The Ethics of Erasing a Bad Memory (Scott Haig, Time Magazine, 15 Oct 2007)
The Ethics of Genetics: A Health Resource for the Community Science Action Guide (Robert Owens)
Eubios Ethics Institute (Darryl Macer, Tsukuba)
EURECA Project (John Harris et al., University of Manchester)
European Centre for the Validation of Alternative Methods
(Commission of the European Communities)
European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EUROPA)
Faith and Reason - Technology (PBS Online)
Faith, Science, & Tech: Christian Faith, Science and Technology Initiatives (Office of Theology and Worship, PC U.S.A.)
A Field Training Guide for Human Subjects Research Ethics (Maria W. Merritt et al., PLoS Medicine 7(10):e1000349, 5 Oct 2010)
Follow the Money -- The Politics of Embryonic Stem Cell Research
(Eugene Russo, PLoS Biology 3(7):e234, 12 Jul 2005)
Funding of Human Stem Cell Research by the United States
(Phillip B. C. Jones, EJB 3:1, 15 Apr 2000)

The Garrett Hardin Society (Garrett James Hardin, 1915-2003)
Genes cannot be patented, etc. (lower court decision): Association for Molecular Pathology, et al. (Plaintiffs), versus United States Patent and Trademark Office, et al. (Defendants), United States District Court, Southern District of New York, Opinion (Case 1:09-cv-04515-RWS, Document 255, Filed 03/29/2010) PDF
Genetic Information and the Family (Bartha Maria Knoppers, HMS Beagle 118, 18 Jan 2002)
Genetic Literacy Project | Where Science Trumps Ideology (John Entine et al.)
Genetic modification and genetic determinism (David B. Resnik & Daniel B. Vorhaus, Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine 1:9, 26 Jun 2006)
Genetics & Ethics
Genetics & Ethics (Bryn Williams-Jones, UBC Centre for Applied Ethics)
Genetics & Ethics: Topic Index (Ted Peters, Counterbalance)
Genetics & Pulic Policy Center (Johns Hopkins University)
GeneWatch: The Bulletin of the Council for Responsible Genetics (US)
GeneWatch UK - Ethics and Risks of Genetic Engineering
Geometry.net | Ethics in Research
Guidelines for Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research
(US National Research Council, 2005)
Hello Dolly: A WebQuest (Keith Nuthall)
HFEA statement on its decision regarding hybrid embryos (UK Human Fertilisation & Embryology Authority, 5 Sep 2007)
-- Hybrid human-animal embryos get okay in Britain (Knight Science Journalism Tracker, 7 Sep 2007)
The High School Bioethics Project (Center for Bioethics, University of Pennsylvania)
Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (UK)
Human Genetics Advisory Commission (UK)
Human Genome Issues (Actionbioscience.org)
Human Inheritable Genetic Modifications: Assessing Scientific, Ethical, Religious, and Policy Issues (dir. Mark S. Frankel & Audrey R. Chapman, AAAS, Sep 2000)
Human Nature and Genetic Enhancement (Braden Molheok, CTNS, 19 May 2008)
Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Research: Recommendations for CIHR-Funded Research (CIHR, Jan 2002)
Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Research: Guidelines for CIHR-funded Research (CIHR, 4 Mar 2002)

Human Stem Cell Research (Harold T. Shapiro et al., U.S. National Bioethics Advisory Commission, Rockville, Maryland, Sep 1999) PDF
Human Stem Cell Research (OCRT)
Human Stem Cell Research: Opportunities for Health and Ethical Perspectives (Canadian Institutes of Health Research)
Information Ethics Group (Oxford University Computing Laboratory)
Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies (Nick Bostrum & James Hughes et al.)
The Integrity in Science Database: Scientists' & Non-Profit Ties to Industry (Center for Science in the Public Interest)
The International Association of Bioethics
The International Network on Feminist Approaches to Bioethics
(Washington, DC)
Is an Environmental Ethic Compatible with Biological Science? (Mark Sagoff, Global Spiral, 24 May 2007)
Journal of Cognition and Neuroethics
Key Moments in the Stem-Cell Debate (National Public Radio, Washington, DC)
LASG - The Pledge (Los Alamos Study Group)
The Law and Neuroscience Project (dir. Owen Jones, Vanderbilt University)
The longevity gap: Will the rich live to 120 and the poor die at 60? (Linda Marsa, Aeon Magazine, 2 Jul 2014)
Mercy towards animals: Vegetarian and vegan ethics (Kapil Komireddi, Aeon Magazine, 26 Jun 2013)
MRC - Medical Research Council (UK)
My Weird Chat with Gov. Jerry Brown about the Evils of Science (John Horgan, Cross-Check, Scientific American Blog Network, 14 Sep 2014)
Nanoethical concerns (Robert P. Crease, Physics World, 26 Jun 2014)
National Bioethics Advisory Commission (US)
The National Institute of Judaism and Medicine
National Reference Center for BioEthics Literature
(NRCBL, Georgetown University)
The Norwegian Reference Centre for Laboratory Animal Science & Alternatives (Norwegian School of Veterinary Science, Oslo)
NSTA Position Statement: Responsible Use of Live Animals and Dissection in the Science Classroom (US National Science Teachers Association)
Nuffield Council on Bioethics (UK)
Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP)
Office of Technology Assessment [1974-1995] Archive (Federation of American Scientists)
The Online Ethics Center for Engineering & Science
(National Academy of Engineering, Washington, DC)
ORI - Office of Research Integrity (U.S. Department of Health & Human Services)
The OTA Legacy (U.S. Congressional Office of Technology Assessment)

The Park Ridge Center for the Study of Health, Faith, and Ethics
Peter Singer Links
Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine (BioMed Central)
Playing catch-up with scientific change (Stephen Buckle, MercatorNet, 16 Aug 2007)
Policy.com: Issues Library: Science: Bioethics
Pontifical Academy for Life (Vatican City)
Presbyterian Association on Science, Technology and the Christian Faith (PC U.S.A.)
Public Consultation on Xenotransplantation
(Canadian Public Health Association)
-- Final Report, Animal-to-Human Transplantation: Should Canada Proceed? (Dec 2001) PDF
Reproductive Technolgies and Bioethics
(Lawrence M. Hinman, Ethics Updates)
Research on Human Subjects: Academic Freedom and the Institutional Review Board (Association of American University Professors, Washington, DC, Sep-Oct 2006)
Resources on Ethics and Human Genetics (Georgetown Bioethics Library)
The rhythm method and embryonic death (I. Bovens, Journal of Medical Ethics 32:355-6, 2006) PDF
Science & Technology Ethics Resources on WWW
(UBC Centre for Applied Ethics)
Science Based Medicine (Steven Novella et al.)
Science Generation
Science, Medicine, and Animals (US National Research Council, 2004)
The Science of Right and Wrong (Michael Shermer, Scientific American 304(1):83, Jan 2011; eSkeptic, 12 Jan 2011)
Scientific Integrity in Policymaking: An Investigation into the Bush Administration's Misuse of Science (Union of Concerned Scientists, Mar 2004)
Scientists and Engineers for America (Mike Brown et al.)
Scientists for Global Responsibility - Promoting Ethical Science and Technology (UK)
Scipolicy | The Journal of Science and Health Policy
Sharing Publication-Related Data and Materials: Responsibilities of Authorship in the Life Sciences (Thomas R. Cech et al., US National Research Council, 2003)
Should ART Be Part of a Population Policy Mix? A Preliminary Assessment of the Demographic and Economic Impact of Assisted Reproductive Technologies (Jonathan Grant et al., RAND Corporation, Jun 2006) PDF
Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics (Stanford University School of Medicine)
The Stem Cell Debate (CNN In-Depth Special)
The Stem Cell Debate (TIME.com)

Stem Cell Research (AAAS Policy Brief, AAAS Center for Science, Technology and Congress)
Stem Cell Research & Applications: Scientific, Ethical, & Political Issues (AAAS)
-- AAAS/ICS Report on Stem Cell Research
(Audrey R. Chapman et al., Nov 1999)
StemCells.ca - The Ethics of Stem Cell Research
Stem Cells: Science, Ethics and Politics at the Crossroads (The Science Network, Salk Institute, La Jolla, California, 2 Oct 2004)
St. Francis International Center for Healthcare Ethics (dir. S. Y. Tan, Honolulu)
Storm Over Stem Cells (CBC News)
Subject Bibliographies in Environmental Ethics
(ed. Timothy C. Weiskel, Harvard Seminar on Environmental Values)
Technology and the Ethics of Responsibility (Egbert Schuurman, Global Spiral 10:5, 1 Sep 2009)
Three Systems of Ethics: A Proposed Application for Effective Administration of Molecular Nanotechnology (Chris Phoenix & Mike Treder, Center for Responsible Nanotechnology, Oct 2003)
Toward a Posthuman Future? (ed. Irving Kristol & Nathan Glazer, The Public Interest #146, Winter 2002)
Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans (CIHR/NSERC/SSHRC)
University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics Home Page
The Waseda Bioethics Website (Rihito Kimura)
Who Owns Life? (Bioethics.net)
Why Teach Bioethics? (Carolyn Csongradi, Actionbioscience.org, Jan 2001)
Women's Bioethics Project (Kathryn Hinsch et al., Seattle, Washington)

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