Resources for middle and high school students on ethical issues in the sciences.
Outlines how genetic engineering and nanotechnology will abolish suffering in all sentient life.
Provides engineers, scientists, and science and engineering students with resources for understanding and addressing ethical problems.
A research project at the Meaning and Computation Lab, University of California, San Diego. Explores the hypothesis that information artifacts embody definite but implicit value systems.
UNESCO: Division of Human Sciences, Philosophy and Ethics of Science and Technology.
Personal web pages of Luis Gonzalez-Mestres, including topics of science ethics and other social aspects of science.
Explores various ways that the human race has attempted to achieve perfection through philosophies and technologies of the past century.
Starting points for students and teachers. Includes discussion topics and other curriculum links.
Final reports from the international conference, addressing many aspects of the place of science in society, including ethics, science and technology in economic development, and environmental and economic issues.
Links to STS-related information sources from North Carolina State University.