School of Biosciences

Kate Millar

Director, Centre for Applied Bioethics and Professor of Applied Bioethics, Faculty of Science



Professor Kate Millar

Director, Centre for Applied Bioethics

Kate's research interests fall under four main areas: Biotechnology Assessment; Bioethical Analysis; Animal, Agriculture and Food Ethics; Public and Stakeholder Engagement.

Current Research Areas:

  • Technology Assessment approaches and Ethical Frameworks
  • Policy dimensions of biotechnology development and use
  • Veterinary and Animal Ethics; Animal - Human Interactions
  • Ethics, 3Rs and Animal Experimentation (EU)
  • Ethical Dimensions of Food and Bioenergy Production
  • Making Science Public: Politics and Publics (engagement methods)
  • Professional Training and Teaching in Research Ethics and Research Integrity
  • Ethics by Design and Real-Time Research Ethics Approaches (RTREA)

Expertise Summary

Expertise: Biotechnology Assessment, Stakeholder and Publics Engagement, Development of Ethical Frameworks, Ethical Analysis, Ethics of Emerging Science and Technology, Responsible Research and Innovation Policies, Ethics of the Biosciences, Research Ethics and Integrity Training and Teaching.

Selected Publications

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