The Morgridge Ethics Cartooning Competition invited entrants to make a cartoon on any ethical issue arising in or from biomedical research. Now, you can help choose the competition winners.
Danielle Lohman, a former member of the Pagliarini Lab and a UW-Madison alumna, talks about her first year working in the Department of State. Lohman is one of six Ph.D scientists to receive a AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellowship.
Scientists at the University of Wisconsin think their “smart toilet” is capable of monitoring your health and discovering early signs of diseases.
Morgridge bioethicist in residence Pilar Ossorio comments on the ethical perils of China’s efforts to use DNA-based technology to recognize faces — a potential weapon for racial profiling.
Schistosomiasis is one of the most devastating tropical diseases in the world. The Newmark Lab wants to develop something that prevents this parasitic infection.