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Continuing to study at King’s – Lunch & Learn Jan 25th with Dr Silvia Camporesi to learn about our Master’s programmes

As you progress towards the end of your time at King’s, you may be thinking about what your next steps will be after finishing your studies. One important option to consider is postgraduate study, where you can follow your passion … Continue reading

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Forthcoming 2017 Journal of Bioethical Inquiry Symposium on “Investigating Public Trust in Expert Knowledge: Ethics, Narrative and Engagement”

Guest Editors: Dr Silvia Camporesi, Bioethics & Society, King’s College London, London UK; Dr Mark Davis, Sociology, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia; Dr Maria Vaccarella, Medical Humanities, University of Bristol, UK Timeline for publication  The special issue is expected to appear … Continue reading

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Need for public engagement CRISPR/Cas9 Genome Editing debate – beyond embryo modification

Dr Silvia Camporesi and Dr Lara Marks comment for the Conversation on the recent application by researchers at Francis Crick institute to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority to use CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing technologies to  human embryos: This is a controversial move, which would … Continue reading

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Dr Silvia Camporesi comments on UK scientists’ recent application to the HFEA to work on CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing in human embryos

Dr Silvia Camporesi comments on the US and UK policies on genome editing/CRISPR-Cas9 for the Huffington Post Science blog. This is an excerpt from the article: “I believe that we as bioethicists have a responsibility to try and bring to … Continue reading

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Review of Duncan Wilson’s “The Making of British Bioethics” by Silvia Camporesi for the American Journal of Bioethics

“If bioethics is the answer, what was the question? Posed by British philosopher Richard Ashcroft (2004), this question influenced Duncan Wilson when writing The Making of British Bioethics, published by Manchester University Press in 2014 in open access form, thanks … Continue reading

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