NEW: Lunchbreak Panel session 'Globalising European Bioethics 2.0'

Lunchbreak Panel session 'Globalising European Bioethics 2.0'
Tuesday 30 Nov 2010, (12.10-12.45)
Location: 0.8 Rome

'Global, reflective and open: Bioethics 2.0 and/ or public engagement 2.0?'
by Anthony Mark Cutter (University of Central Lancashire)

'Bioethics 2.0 in action: A case study'
by Natasha Burns (University of Central Lancashire)

'Tweeting Science & Ethics: Social Media as a Tool for Constructive Public Engagement' by Alan Regenberg (Berman Institute, John Hopkins

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