Think you know your left from right, in the debate over 21st century biopolitics? When it comes to biotechnology, think again. Stem cells, embryo research and synthetic biology are just a few of the issues that will force strange new political alliances
Book from Jonathan Moreno presents the first comprehensive history of the use of human subjects in atomic, biological, and chemical warfare experiments from World War II to the 21st century.
Book by Jonathan Moreno discusses the intersection of science and politics in American life and how the future of this so-called biopolitics will affect all of us.
Book from Jonathan Moreno gives the first ever systematic overview of brain research and national security.
Jonathan Moreno explains in Slate how antiterrorism efforts have included a great deal of neuroscience research.
Jonathan Moreno expresses concern over losing out to Asian competitors on stem cell research as a result of the recent U.S. court decision barring federal funding.
Video Jonathan Moreno explains what synthetic biology is, what the J. Craig Venter Institute announcement means, and how to ensure that synthetic biology benefits Americans.
The Obama administration has instituted a far more rigorous ethics review for stem cells than was in place before, writes Jonathan D. Moreno.
The Obama administration’s budget for 2011 will be remembered by economic and science historians as a turning point for our nation in the 21st century, writes Jonathan D. Moreno.
Jonathan Moreno applauds President Obama’s intended pick for NIH director: Dr. Francis Collins, a researcher and leader who embraces science and ethics.
The National Institutes of Health released final guidelines today for federally funded stem cell research that will help put the United States back at the forefront of scientific research and innovation, writes Jonathan Moreno.
Comparative effectiveness research will help people make better health choices, write Ruth Faden and Jonathan D. Moreno in the Baltimore Sun.
An essential guide to science policy from Jonathan Moreno and Rick Weiss.
Predictably, President Obama has run into some political pushback on last week’s executive order. The complaints have arisen primarily over two issues, neither of which is substantial and both of which deserve to be countered.