Vol. 15 No. 3, March 2007
- At the Institute.
- The political and moral economies of science: a case study of genomics in Canada and the United Kingdom.
- An evaluation of G[E.sup.3]LS public engagement activities.
- MORGEN & data release policies: an overview.
- Occupational health and safety regulation and the National Institute of Nanotechnology.
- "Traditional use" and regulatory change in the arena of natural health products.
- The effect of genetic determinism and exceptionalism on law and policy.
- Assessing the science of genetically modified crops: the new frontier of public health policy.
- Kant's antipode: Nietzche's transvaluation of human dignity and its "implications" for biotechnology policy.
- Possible consequences of remedy in Monsanto Canada Inc. v. Schmeiser.
- Media portrayal of conflicts of interest in biomedical research.
- Learning to swim with salmon: pilot evaluation of journalism as a method to create information for public engagement.
- Upcoming events.