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Scientists Spread Anti-Malaria Genes Through Mosquitoes

In November, KPBS covered the research being done by UC San Diego scientists on the gene editing of mosquitoes. As UC San Diego researchers consider a way to combat malaria by editing the gene of mosquitoes, Mike Kalichman considers a few ethical questions, such as

Researchers Reanimate Frankenstein to Bring Science to Life

Arizona State University is designing a museum inviting anyone willing to participate to explore ethics and science through the well-known story of Frankenstein. The museum is set to open in 2018 and will focus on scientific progress and ethics to stimulate conversation. “We wanted to

Texas Leading Challenge to New Smog Standards

Ethics Center Director, Mike Kalichman, was recently interviewed by the Texas Tribune on the topic of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s new ozone standards intended to reduce pollution nationwide. In the article, Mike Kalichman discusses the ethical issues facing industry-funded research. The article can be