Author Archives: Eric Spaulding

February 2, 2008

A Living Art, Part 3

This is my third and final article in a series on the bioarts, a relatively new field in which artists are using living tissue and organisms to create their works. Earlier, I addressed the question, What is bioart? and also … Read More

Posted by Eric Spaulding

Posted in Biotech, EmergingTech

January 27, 2008

A Living Art, Part 2

This is the second posting on the bioarts, a relatively new field in which artists are using living tissue and organisms to create their works. I offered a glimpse into the world of bioart in my previous article, and will … Read More

Posted by Eric Spaulding

Posted in Biotech, EmergingTech

January 19, 2008

A Living Art, Part 1

This is the first posting of a series on the bioarts, a relatively new field in which artists are using living tissue and organisms to create their works. This article addresses the question, What is Bioart? In future postings I … Read More

Posted by Eric Spaulding

Posted in Biotech, EmergingTech

September 21, 2006

Bioethics and the Sudan

Though most issues in bioethics focus on the edges of the human life span – the very young and the very old – it is equally important to stress our respect for the dignity of all regardless of factors like … Read More

Posted by Eric Spaulding

Posted in General Bioethics

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