Cancer cell therapy, still experimental, beats terminal breast cancer woman with secondary cancers

As far as we know, it is the first time [...]

Neuroscience. New experiments with brain rekindle the bioethical debate

Neuroscience research, with the ultimate goal of deepening our knowledge [...]

Monitoring must continues on gene therapy, possible risks

In order to introduce DNA into cells, gene therapy  uses [...]

The Conception of Synthetic Entities from a Bioethics Perspective

Our Observatory published a paper in the journal Science and Engineering [...]

Human-sheep hybrids created for the first time to develop organs

Human-sheep hybrids have been created for the first time by scientists [...]

Human embryos research and the Politics of Bioethics

Ethical objective questions posed by human embryo experimentation are exacerbated [...]

CRISPR-Cas9, the gene editing tool, might cause cancer. Why does Crispr present difficulties in humans?

Editing cells’ genomes with CRISPR-Cas9  might increase the risk that [...]

Are biohackers out of control? Gene editing kits offered on Internet permit re-engineer DNA

What could happen when you democratize science -not authorized lab not [...]

A modern brain-ebalming procedure. Digital inmortality is offered by uploding people’s minds on to the cloud to preserve them forever

San Francisco-based Nectome has proposed a technique to embalm the [...]