Technology

Publication Title: 
The New Bioethics: A Multidisciplinary Journal of Biotechnology and the Body

The literature on Human Enhancement may indeed have reached a critical mass yet theological engagement with the subject is still thin. Human Enhancement has already been established as a key topic within research and captivating visions of the future have been allied with a depth of philosophical analysis. Some Transhumanists have pointed to a theological dimension to their position and some who have warned against enhancement might be seen as having done so from a perspective shaped by a Judeo-Christian worldview.

Author(s): 
Tomkins, Justin
Publication Title: 
Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice

AIMS: We explored people's reasons for, and experiences of, using bolus advisors to determine insulin doses; and, their likes/dislikes of this technology. SUBJECTS AND METHODS: 42 people with type 1 diabetes who had received instruction in use of bolus advisors during a structured education course were interviewed post-course and 6 months later. Data were analysed thematically. RESULTS: Participants who considered themselves to have poor mathematical skills highlighted a gratitude for, and heavy reliance on, advisors.

Author(s): 
Lawton, J.
Kirkham, J.
Rankin, D.
Barnard, K.
Cooper, C. L.
Taylor, C.
Heller, S.
Elliott, J.
REPOSE Group
Publication Title: 
Contraception
Author(s): 
Diczfalusy, E.
Publication Title: 
Why aren't more women in science?: Top researchers debate the evidence

Society is becoming increasingly scientific, technological, and knowledge-based, depending on the utilization and maximization of human talent and potential (Friedman, 2005). A nation's strength, both economically and civically, is now linked to what it can call forth from the minds of its citizens. Consequently, much attention is being focused on strategies for increasing the number of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) professionals produced in the United States and possible untapped pools of talent.

Author(s): 
Lubinski, David S.
Benbow, Camilla Persson
Publication Title: 
Journal of Diversity in Higher Education

The number of women earning advanced degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) has increased, yet women remain underrepresented at all ranks of the academic hierarchy in these fields. To help explain this pattern, we explored mechanisms in the recruitment and hiring process at the level of the department that hinder or promote the hiring of women into tenure-track positions.

Author(s): 
Glass, Christy
Minnotte, Krista Lynn
Publication Title: 
Contraception, Fertilité, Sexualité
Author(s): 
Prakash, A. O.
Publication Title: 
Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology

Once again, I find Mr. Cooper quote-worthy for his statement, "It is incumbent upon the trial bar not to support the status quo merely because it is in our economic interest. Change is in the wind, and our tort system will be blown away on the winds of change for change's sake unless we participate in correcting deficiencies in the tort system and civil jury trial process." I suggest that we cannot ask for change for our own economic interest, nor can we lay blame exclusively to the other etiologic elements. We must improve those elements within our purview.

Author(s): 
White, K. C.
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