Roberto Andorno: “Let’s put limits on neurotechnology before nothing can be done”

Rapid advances in neuroscience and neurotechnology have opened up an [...]

The controversial stance of Peter Singer on the value of human life, recognized with an award

Peter Singer has been awarded the BBVA Foundation Frontiers of [...]

Human rights, artificial intelligence and neurolaw. From Karel Vašák to human rights 4.0

INTRODUCTION Pérez Luño (2010, p. 50) defines human rights as [...]

Pharmaceutical Sanofi must compensate women who were treated with the drug Depakine

On March 17, the insurer of the pharmaceutical company Sanofi [...]

Macron intends to incorporate abortion into the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union

The President of France, Emmanuel Macron, has asked the European [...]

Status of women in India and sex-selective abortion. A review

On the last International Women’s Day (March 8, 2021) an [...]

Ageism in COVID-19 pandemic

Updated 9/14/2021  The term ageism was coined in the English language in [...]

Has the ‘holy grail’ of ideal embryo selection been found?

In 2015, our Observatory published an article about the quest [...]

Vaccine passport rollout will be a way to gradually recover the right of freedom of movement

The vaccine passport has become a matter of debate from [...]

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