Vol. 15 No. 1, September 2006
- At the institute.
- Trends in evidence based medicine for herbal remedies and media coverage.
- Media portrayal of conflicts of interest in herbal remedy clinical trials.
- Public trust and regulatory governance as represented through the media.
- Functional foods and intellectual property rights: the importance of an integrated approach.
- A note on the economic rationale for regulating health claims on functional foods and nutraceuticals: the case of Canada.
- Deference in the public health context.
- Comparing methods of ethical consultation for biotechnology related issues.
- A web-based instrument to model social norms.
- Canadian consumers' preferences for food safety and agricultural environmental safety research summary.
- Public preferences relating to Plant Molecular Farming research summary.
- Stories from Guatemala and North America: why indigenous beliefs matter in the debate on genetically engineered food.
- Breaking the trance? Enabling dissenting views on immortalism.
- Stem cells, politics and the progress paradigm.
- Nanotechnology - a lot of hype over almost nothing?
- Upcoming events.