Synthetic Biology: What is it? What Challenges Does It Pose for Policy?
Thomas H. Murray Delivers the 2010 AAAS-Hitachi Lecture on Science and Society
Synthetic Life: The New Industrial Revolution?
Gregory Kaebnick leads a bioethics seminar on synthetic biology. What Is It? Where Might It Lead? What Ethical Questions Does It Raise?
Design and Synthetic Biology
Speculative designer James King presents work that visually imagines possible social and aesthetic effects of emerging technologies.
Gregory Kaebnick Testifies to the House Committee on Ethics & Synthetic Biology
Thomas Murray Addresses the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues
Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issue. New Directions: The Ethics of Synthetic Biology and Emerging Technologies. (Washington DC, 2010)
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Synthetic Biology Project (Washington, DC)
Gregory E. Kaebnick, “Is the ‘Synthetic Cell’ about Life?,” The Scientist 24, no.7 (2010): 27
Gregory E. Kaebnick, “Synthetic Biology, Analytical Ethics,” The Hastings Center Report 40, no. 4 (2010)
Erik Parens, “Making Cells Like Computers,” Boston Globe, February 18, 2008
ETC Group, Extreme Genetic Engineering: An Introduction to Synthetic Biology (Ottawa, ON: ETC Group, 2007)
Michele Garfinkel, Drew Endy, Gerald L. Epstein, and Robert M. Friedman, Synthetic Genomics: Options for Governance (Rockville, M.D.: J. Craig Venter Institute, 2007)
Denise Caruso, Synthetic Biology: An Overview and Recommendations for Anticipating and Addressing Emerging Risks (Washington DC, Center for American Progress, 2008)