Essays, links to resources and a bibliography compiled by Dr Ron Epstein at the Philosophy Department. Categories include ethical and religious questions, biowarfare, and genetic engineering on humans.
Non-profit federation of groups and individuals in Australia promoting critical discussion and debate on the environmental, social and ethical impacts of genetic engineering technologies.
Primarily a collection of links to sites exploring the ELSI.
A field that brings together agriculture, genetics, cloning, health, medicine and reproductive technology. The Center is a nonprofit research and educational group based in Washington, D.C.
University of Montreal - CRDP. Access to a wide range of information: credible, relevant policy statements on topics related to human genetics around the world.
Industry initiative, established to increase public awareness of, and encourage informed debate about, gene technology.
Novartis Foundation for Sustainable Development (NFSD): ethical and ecological aspects of industrial property rights in the context of genetic engineering and biotechnology.
A brief argument against the use of biotechnology in agriculture and the creation of genetically modified foods. The argument consists of eleven main assertions supported by detailed research.
A pro-choice organization working for sensible policies on genetic engineering technology. Excellent resources and links.