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245 00 Education and ethics in the life sciences :|bstrengthening
       the prohibition of biological weapons /|cedited by Brian 
260    Canberra, ACT, Australia :|bANU E Press,|c©2010. 
264  4 |c©2010 
300    1 online resource (xvii, 222 pages) :|billustrations 
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490 1  Practical ethics and public policy ;|vmonograph 1 
500    Title from PDF title page (viewed December 6, 2012). 
504    Includes bibliographical references. 
505 00 |gPart I.|tEthics, education and life sciences.
       |tIntroduction: Education as ... /|rBrian Rappert --
       |tEthics Engagement of the Dual-Use Dilemma: Progress and 
       Potential /|rMichael J. Selgelid --|tEducating Scientists 
       about Biosecurity: Lessons from Medicine and Business /
       |rJudi Sture --|gPart II.|tNational experiences.|tLinking 
       Life Sciences with Disarmament in Switzerland /|rFrançois 
       Garraux --|tIsrael /|rDavid Friedman --|tJapan: Obstacles,
       Lessons and Future /|rMasamichi Minehata and Nariyoshi 
       Shinomiya --|tBioethics and Biosecurity Education in China
       : Rise of a Scientific Superpower /|rMichael Barr and Joy 
       Yueyue Zhang --|tRaising Awareness among Australian Life 
       Scientists /|rChristian Enemark --|tBringing Biosecurity-
       related Concepts into the Curriculum: A US View /|rNancy 
       Connell and Brendan McCluskey --|gPart III.|tThe ways 
       forward.|tImplementing and Measuring the Efficacy of 
       Biosecurity and Dual-use Education /|rJames Revill and 
       Giulio Mancini --|tBiosecurity Awareness-raising and 
       Education for Life Scientists: What Should be Done Now? /
       |rSimon Whitby and Malcolm Dando --|tTeaching Ethics to 
       Science Students: Challenges and a Strategy /|rJane 
       Johnson --|tConclusion /|rBrian Rappert and Louise 
520 3  "At the start of the twenty-first century, warnings have 
       been raised in some quarters about how -- by intent or by 
       mishap -- advances in biotechnology and related fields 
       could aid the spread of disease. Science academics, 
       medical organisations, governments, security analysts, and
       others are among those that have sought to raise concern. 
       Education and Ethics in the Life Sciences examines a 
       variety of attempts to bring greater awareness to security
       concerns associated with the life sciences. It identifies 
       lessons from practical initiatives across a wide range of 
       national contexts as well as more general reflections 
       about education and ethics. The eighteen contributors 
       bring together perspectives from a diverse range of fields
       -- including politics, virology, sociology, ethics, 
       security studies, microbiology, and medicine -- as well as
       their experiences in universities, think tanks and 
       government."--Book home page. 
546    English. 
590    JSTOR|bBooks at JSTOR Open Access 
650  0 Biological arms control|xVerification. 
650  0 Biosecurity. 
650  0 Bioethics. 
650  0 Communicable diseases|xPrevention. 
653    biotechnology. 
653    prevention. 
653    ethics. 
653    education. 
655  0 Electronic book 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Rappert, Brian. 
710 2  Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tEducation and ethics in the life 
       sciences.|dActon, A.C.T. : ANU E Press, 2010
830  0 Practical ethics and public policy ;|vmonograph 1. 
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