Anáhuac University hosts 2011 and 2013 Bioethics Art Competition Winning Pieces in Mexico City

The Anáhuac University in Mexico City displayed the winning pieces of the 2011 and 2013 Bioethics Art Competition in its school of architecture during the Fourth International Bioethics, Multiculturalism and Religion Conference in Mexico City. The following is a personal reflection shared at the exhibit’s opening ceremony from art gallery owner Yvonne Denbina, one of […]

Hong Kong University Exhibits 2013 Bioethics Art Competition Winners at “The Making of PeaceMakers”

15 works of Art :  Fine Art, Photography, Student Art Winners of the 2013 Bioethics Art Competition Hong Kong University, February and March 2014 Hong Kong University The Making of PeaceMakers    

Second UNESCO Chair Bioethics Art Competition Exhibit Opens in Hong Kong

By Michael Baggot   The Second Bioethics Art Competition of the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights held its inauguration ceremony in Hong Kong at the Gallery by the Harbour of the Harbour City Shopping Mall on December 7, 2013.   “Through the universal language of art, our competition reaches not only those who […]

School Celebrates Anniversary with Winning Students and a Personal Congratulation

  John Paul McCabe, Student Winner, and Alberto Garcia, Director of the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights.   Two winners of the Bioethics Global Art Competition’s Student Category met the Director of the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights at their high school, Pinecrest Academy, in Cumming, GA on September 6, 2013. Dr. […]

Present and Future Bioethical Questions of Genomics and Medicine

By Andrew Adey   Since the first steps were taken toward understanding the underlying biology of all living things, we have dreamt of how these secrets could be used to benefit mankind. From the noble perspectives of curing disease to the unsettling ideas of eugenics, the knowledge required to bring these ideas into reality is […]

A Tale of Two Artists

By Michael Gannon

It’s hard to take a hands-off approach to some things… But I felt I had to take a hands-off approach in my conversations with artists when it came to offering ideas or examples of what they could submit. I felt it was better to let them be inspired, to let… [Continue Reading]

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