The Role and Rule of Law in the Global Development of Food Biotechnology
Gary Marchant is the Lincoln Professor of Emerging Technologies, Law, and Ethics at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. He is also a Professor of Life Sciences at ASU, and Executive Director of the ASU Center for the Study of Law, Science and Technology. Professor Marchant has a PhD in Genetics from the University of British Columbia, a Masters of Public Policy degree from the Kennedy School of Government, and a law degree from Harvard. Prior to joining the ASU fa
At War over Biotech Crops in Oregon
After many years practicing law, Esther McGinnis is now a researcher in Applied Plant Sciences at the University of Minnesota, specializing in biotechnology, law, and values. McGinnis will explain how Oregon's beet farmers came to be at the center of a national lawsuit, and examine how to protect the rights of both conventional and organic growers. She'll also summarize research comparing the environmental impacts of growing engineered and non-engineered sugar beets. Outreach in Biotechnology
The Enemy at Home
In World War 1 nearly 7000 'enemy aliens' of German origin were interned in camps in New South Wales. That experience is now the subject of a UNSW Press book co-authored by Arts academic Gerhard Fischer, and an exhibition running at the Museum of Sydney from May 7-September 11.
Kate Johnson, Class of 2013
Kate Johnson, an accounting and music major from Florida, shares her experience as a Notre Dame student. http://admissions.nd.edu
Lecture 27, April 20
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Rodrik on Globalization, Development, and Employment
Dani Rodrik of Harvard University talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about trade, the labor market, and trade policy. Drawing on a recent paper with Margaret McMillan on trade and productivity, Rodrik argues that countries have very differing abilities to respond to increases in productivity that allow production to expand using fewer workers in a particular sector. When workers are displaced by productivity increases, what is their next best alternative? Rodrik discusses how this varies acro
21. Contemporary Communitarianism (II)
Moral Foundations of Politics (PLSC 118) In this lecture, Professor Shapiro delves into the nuances of MacIntyre's argument, focusing specifically on his Aristotelian account of human psychology. It has two features: (1) man's nature is inherently teleological or purposive, and (2) human behavior is fundamentally other-directed, in that a person's happiness is conditioned upon the experience of others as it relates to him, particularly on the feeling of being valued by someone he values. MacInt
17. Distributive Justice and the Welfare State
Moral Foundations of Politics (PLSC 118) The main focus of today's discussion is Rawls's third, and most problematic, principle is the difference principle, which states that income and wealth is to be distributed "to the greatest benefit of the least advantaged individual." This stems from the logic that what is good for the least advantaged individual will be good for the second-least advantaged, and the third, and so on. But what if slightly benefiting the least advantaged person comes at a
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Personal Protective Equipment
Examines when and how to use personal protective equipment in a healthcare setting.
Introduction to Nociception
This learning object helps the learner to describe the main components of the nociceptive pathways.
Assessment in Physical Therapy
This class presents the methodology to assess physical disability qualitatively and quantitatively from the standpoint of physical therapy (PT).
Bacteria and viruses compared
Introduces and compares the structural components associated with bacteria and viruses by allowing users to "build" their own.
This learning resource introduces the concept of improvement within health and social care. It shows how improvement may be initiated and evaluated. It also explains how improvement is everyone's concern, with small changes having the potential for large impact.
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No existeixen receptes màgiques per a trobar solucions factibles a tots els problemes als que un programador es pot enfrontar al llarg de la seva vida professional. La única manera de que l'estudiant desenvolupi les capacitats d'abstracció de problemes i plantejament eficient de solucions, és mitjançant la creació dels seus propis mecanismes, cosa que només s'aconsegueix amb la pràctica. Per tant, aquesta serà una assignatura majoritàriament pràctica, on l'estudiant haurà d'afrontar
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