- Eye Opening
How do you feel about disembodied, possibly conscious mini-brains grown from human stem cells? Would they represent a thrilling scientific advance that could be used for the good of humanity, or a sin against God and nature? Should they be used in scientific experimentation, and if so, should there be strict policies guiding their use? If you’re not sure where you land on that issue, you’re not alone. In this article from Nature, journalist Sara Reardon explores the many moral quandaries plaguing neuroethicists who are tackling this issue.
About the Author
Sara Reardon is a freelance journalist from Bozeman, Montana.
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