March 6, 2010
We’ve tweaked BioEdge
a bit more this week. In the right-hand column of the website, in MediaWatch, we
are posting links to interesting background articles on various aspects of
bioethics. And – of special interest to readers involved in organising
conferences – we have created a section on the website called “upcoming
events”. Send us the details of your conference and we shall advertise it for
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