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Ethics of Memory Research: The Scientist and Society with Dr. Ashleigh Maxcey

Towards a Neuroethical Ethos: A Case Study in Reframing Neuroethics Education for Engineers and Researchers

The Social Impact of Brain Machine Interfaces: Structural Inequality in BMI Study and Practice

Research Involving Participants with Cognitive Disability and Differences

Social Media as a Neuroprosthetic for Mind and Emotion

NeuroTechX and Future Considerations for Neurotechnology

Organoids, Chimeras, Ex Vivo Brains – Oh My!

The Stem Cell Debate: Is it Over?

Exploring the Risks of Digital Health Research: Towards a Pragmatic Framework

The interplay between social and scientific accounts of intergroup difference

Facial recognition, values, and the human brain

Participatory Neuroscience: Something to Strive For?

Ethical Implications of fMRI In Utero

Trust in the Privacy Concerns of Brain Recordings

Practical and Ethical Considerations in Consciousness Restoration







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