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Hidden battles and stem cell research in argentina

Shawn Harmon | 01 August 2010 | Socio Legal Studies | Journal issue

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Emerging technologies and developing countries

Shawn Harmon | 01 January 2008 | Socio Legal Studies | Journal article

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Risk, innovation, diversity, complexity

Shawn Harmon | 01 January 2008 | Socio Legal Studies | Technical report

Drawing on the empirical research conducted at innogen and research undertaken at script, this policy brief places stem cell research in the broader bioscience and health research context, highlights what have proven to be effective policy …

Ambition and ambivilence

Shawn Harmon | 01 January 2010 | Socio Legal Studies | Technical report

Drawing on empirical research conducted in argentina through the esrc-funded ‘get: social values project’ (see http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/ahrc/esrcvaluesproject/), this policy brief (1) places stem cell and regenerative research in the broader…

Regulation of clinical research involving stem cells

Shawn Harmon | 01 January 2008 | Socio Legal Studies | Technical report

Report on a workshop organised by the university of edinburgh and the agency for the promotion and science & technology, buenos aires, argentina 29-30 november 2007 on a stem cell research governance scheme in argentina.

The regulation of human tissue and regenerative medicine in argentina

Shawn Harmon | 01 January 2008 | Socio Legal Studies | Technical report

Technical report

Guiding values

Shawn Harmon | 01 January 2010 | Socio Legal Studies | Technical report

Drawing on empirical research conducted in argentina through the esrc-funded ‘get: social values project’ (see http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/ahrc/esrcvaluesproject/), this policy brief (1) highlights the importance of moral foundations to science and…

Relative wage variation and industry location in the united kingdom

Andrew Bernard | 01 January 2008 | Economics | Journal article

(re)turning point: confinement, coping and change

Marguerite Schinkel | 24 February 2014 | Criminology | Organised event

What makes a prison sentence a turning point for some prisoners? what can be done to make this more common? and what needs to be in place for turning points to lead to a crime-free life after release? this talk addresses these questions, drawing on…

Foresighting futures : law, new technologies, and the challenges of regulating for uncertainty

Graeme Laurie | 01 May 2012 | Socio Legal Studies | Journal article

Existing social and legal systems face significant and multi-faceted challenges, some from the natural world and some from humankind itself. Many of these implicate the law. Indeed, never have we demanded so much from our legal and regulatory…

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