Dozens of databases of people’s faces are being compiled without their knowledge by companies and researchers, with many of the images then being shared around the world, in what has become a vast ecosystem fueling the spread of facial recognition technology

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Inhumane or Unavoidable?

June 17, 2019

As Congress scrutinizes an increase in monkey research, scientists defend its necessity

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To see if they’re safe for us. Gene-editing company eGenesis is now carrying out experiments to help solve a critical shortage of human organs available for transplant

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A public event in the House of Representatives will showcase federally-funded researchers from every part of JHU, including our Joseph Ali’s work towards “Strengthening the Voice of African Scholars in Global Health Ethics”

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Trials of vaccines and treatments have not included enough female participants. Now that scientists are exploring possible cures, the need to enroll women is greater than ever

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As regulatory professionals tasked with protecting research subjects, it’s important to understand the unique risks and benefits of social media use for research

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Our own bodies. We’ve sent people to space for decades — but we’re only beginning to learn what that means for their health

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The shocking announcement of genetically modified babies creates an opportunity to overhaul the nation’s science, argue Ruipeng Lei and colleagues

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