Articles by Bernd Kulow

20 Years after the Oviedo Convention

An intervention seeking to modify the human genome may only be undertaken for preventive, diagnostic or therapeutic purposes and only if its aim is not to introduce any modification in the genome of any descendants. [...]

Beijing to Geneva to New York City

This article outlines key concerns discussed in the process called the Beijing plus twenty review, offering a glimmer of insight about where the UN signatory nations were in 1995, where steps forward for women in STEM have been made and the way forward to implement this critical social change beyond paper promises. [...]

What’s the Difference in Gendered Education?

Ironic and true: my brother now works at a very impressive private school just footsteps away from the place where we both grew up. My brother has spent all his life living in the same zip code of New York City with occasional visits to New Jersey Florida and Upstate.  [...]

The Impact of Nanotechnology on Womens Health

Nanomedicine’s novel approach to diagnosis at the molecular level offers the prospect of detecting and locating diseases such as arteriosclerosis at an early stage, already applied for disease costly hospitalisation, improve recovery and enable some patients with previously untreatable or incurable illness to return to productive work, with a good quality of life. [...]

Tedtalk Nano

For scientists nanotechnology provides an amazing view of particles so small that one hundred thousand nanometers make only the diameter of a human hair. But what does this mean for society? Nanotechnology’s revolution can also revolutionize public health [...]

Looking Backward to Look Forward

Protecting human rights concerning genetically related aspects of biomedicine has been effectively addressed by the Oviedo Convention. Marvelous achievements nonetheless require ancillary législation to promote coherent Paneuropean policies for implementation by national governments and locally.   [...]
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