While many still associate deep sea mining with science fiction, recent developments have proven that ocean mining could be a very profitable reality in just…View More An Investigation into the Ethical Implications of Deep Sea Mining
For many of us, the inevitability of our deaths seems certain. We are given limited time to inhabit our biological bodies, and then we are…View More Ethics of Transference of Human Intelligence to Non-Biological Substrates
For the past several years, the generic recommended drug dosage as presented by pharmaceutical companies has undergone renewed scrutiny with highly publicized accounts of patient…View More A Three Institution Approach to Address the Drug Dose Gap
Dams, the most ancient of inventions, simple in design and efficient in operation, have allowed men to capture drinking water, control floods and practice agriculture…View More The Debate Over Dams
It has been estimated that 50 million to 100 million people are infected by dengue fever each year, a number that is larger than the…View More Fighting the Feverish Flyers
Introduction In the United States, meat consumption has more than doubled in the last 50 years, from 15.8 million tons total in 1960 to 34.0…View More Genetic Engineering in Farmed Animals: Solving or Prolonging Cruelty in Animal Agriculture?