Articles by Bernd Kulow

Time for ELSI to Take its Proper Place from Lab to Market

Wise people will try to foresee inevitable but presently unknown nanotechnology risks. Then they will try to address anticipated risks with best practices, codes of conduct and scientific principles to prevent harm, using the rule of law to harness nanotechnology. [...]

Forecasting Nano Law: Defining Nano

Law and science have partnered together in the recent past to solve major public health issues, ranging from asbestos to averting the threat of a nuclear holocaust. This paper travels to a legal and health policy frontier where no one has gone before [...]

Occupational health as a human right    

Now that the international system has outgrown the need for codification of universal human rights norms as the primary focus for international activity, many have suggested that the time has come to turn international attention towards implementation and compliance with those norms. [...]
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