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Does the brain have a sex? 2016 Brainforum

The Coordinator of the Neurobioethics Research Group of Rome and Fellow of the UNESCO Chair Alberto Carrara participated in the Brainforum “Does the brain have a sex?” at Hadrian’s Temple in Rome on May 20. The event was dedicated to sexual difference and the brain.... read more

Religion & Violence

In the Ethos Institute feature article “Religion & Violence,” UNESCO Chair Fellow Joseph Tham clarifies the often-misunderstood relationship between religious belief and the violent events that unfortunately fill news outlets. An excerpt from... read more

Brain death and organ transplant

The Clinical Bioethics and Neuroethics Research Group (BINCA) of the Universidad Anáhuac México Norte held its 11th session on “Brain Death and Organ Transplant” on April 23, 2016. The new group is a sister project of the Neurobioethics Research Group based in Rome... read more

Natural Law and Global Bioethics

UNESCO Chair Fellow Dr. Joseph Tham presented his reflection on “Natural Law and Global Bioethics” at the International Conference on Religions and Human Rights at the Human Rights Centre of the University of Padua on April 15, 2016. The introduction to... read more

The person in the posthumanistic era

Prof. Dr. Alberto Carrara, Coordinator of the Italian Research Group of Neurobioethics (GdN) and Fellow of the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights, gave students of various faculties a mini-course on Posthumanism at the Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado... read more

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