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Robust Design: Repertoire of Biological, Ecological, and Engineering Case Studies
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written by Erica Jen; edited by Erica Jen (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2005, originally published 2005), 306 page(s)
This system provides a comprehensive analysis of the stability of biological, ecological, and computer systems.
written by Erica Jen; edited by Erica Jen (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2005, originally published 2005), 306 page(s)
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Fundamentals of Ethics for Scientists and Engineers
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written by Robert L. Barry and Edmund G. Seebauer, Oxford University Press (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2001, originally published 2001), 286 page(s)
This text serves as an introduction to the basic ethical theories in the engineering practice.
written by Robert L. Barry and Edmund G. Seebauer, Oxford University Press (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2001, originally published 2001), 286 page(s)
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Investigative Reports, Perfecting Baby: Controlling DNA
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produced by Julianne Hill, Kurtis Productions, Ltd., in Investigative Reports (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2001), 1 hour 20 mins
Though advancements in genetics (and gene therapy) have enabled doctors to prevent numerous diseases and genetic disorders, these practices have raised numerous ethical issues, including genetic discrimination and violation of privacy. The subject of human cloning has also become of interest within the last sever...
produced by Julianne Hill, Kurtis Productions, Ltd., in Investigative Reports (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2001), 1 hour 20 mins
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Normal Accidents: Living With High-Risk Technologies
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written by Charles Perrow, Princeton University Press (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1999, originally published 1999), 462 page(s)
This book analyzes the social consequences of today's complex and high-risk technologies.
written by Charles Perrow, Princeton University Press (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1999, originally published 1999), 462 page(s)
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Disaster, Series 3, Episode 4, A Cancer in the System
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produced by Bryn Higgins, fl. 1992, in Disaster, Series 3, Episode 4 (BBC Worldwide, 1999), 29 mins
In 1993,Chief Biomedical Scientist Neil Woodward noticed that there was a problem with the way the Kent & Canterbury Hospital’s laboratory was screening cervical smear slides.It took three years and a leak to the national press before any action was taken.
produced by Bryn Higgins, fl. 1992, in Disaster, Series 3, Episode 4 (BBC Worldwide, 1999), 29 mins
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Disaster, Series 2, Episode 5, Fighting for Life
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produced by Bryn Higgins, fl. 1992, in Disaster, Series 2, Episode 5 (BBC Worldwide, 1998), 29 mins
The story in the headlines in June 1998 was that of the longest ever inquiry conducted by the General Medical Council.Two surgeons at Bristol Royal Infirmary were heavily criticised for operating on babies despite a poor survival rate and a third for failing to act on concerns expressed to him.
produced by Bryn Higgins, fl. 1992, in Disaster, Series 2, Episode 5 (BBC Worldwide, 1998), 29 mins
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Disaster, Series 1, Episode 5, The Chemical Scythe
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produced by Bryn Higgins, fl. 1992, in Disaster, Series 1, Episode 5 (BBC Worldwide, 1997), 29 mins
Peter Tyrer, an Animal Health Inspector in Wales, suffers from breathlessness,fluctuating heart rate and memory loss. This film dramatises Peter’s descent into sickness and his struggle to discover the true cause of this illness which affects hundreds – most of them farmers.
produced by Bryn Higgins, fl. 1992, in Disaster, Series 1, Episode 5 (BBC Worldwide, 1997), 29 mins
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Meat, 4, Meat (Doc)
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written by British Broadcasting Corporation; produced by Grant Mansfield, in Meat, 4 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1995), 48 mins
This documentary, produced by Grant Mansfield, is about the the ethics of genetic engineering and Britain's ever-growing demand for meat.
written by British Broadcasting Corporation; produced by Grant Mansfield, in Meat, 4 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1995), 48 mins
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Dispatches, Patent on Life
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directed by Emma Barker; produced by Emma Barker, in Dispatches (London, England: TVF International, 1992), 41 mins
The process of genetic engineering is becoming more sophisticated. Inventors of new plants, drugs and life-forms are now attempting to patent their creations. If successful the patents could lead to large multinational corporations owning the world's crops.
directed by Emma Barker; produced by Emma Barker, in Dispatches (London, England: TVF International, 1992), 41 mins
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Assessment of Radiological Consequences and Evaluation of Protective Measures
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(1991),
Source: www-pub.iaea.org
An aftermath report published by the International Chernobyl Project on August 1991.
(1991),
Source: www-pub.iaea.org
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