EPOCH results: posters from the University of Calgary

The EPOCH project is based on the collaborative work of several partners spread over 12 countries. In the next week, this website will host selected works of these partners on the  of human enhancement. This post starts with the research of the University of Calgary:

Martin, Angelica; Ball, Natalie Tynedal, Jeremy; Yumakulov, Sophya; Wolbring, Gregor; (2012) The Coming Epoch of Enhanced Societies? The Challenge of Human Enhancement to Regulation, Ethics, and Public Policy  September 6-7, 2012 University of Padua,  Italy Exploring Discourse Surrounding Therapeutic Enhancement And Injured Veterans And Soldiers; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Poster here http://www.crds.org/docs/Gregor_Wolbring/veteranasiabioethics.pdf

Ball, Natalie; Martin, Angelica; Wolbring, Gregor(2012) The Coming Epoch of Enhanced Societies? The Challenge of Human Enhancement to Regulation, Ethics, and Public Policy  September 6-7, 2012 University of Padua, Italy  Coverage Of Neuro And Cognitive Enhancement Beyond The Normal: Canada And USA ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant   and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Poster see here  http://www.crds.org/docs/Gregor_Wolbring/Neuroenhancement%20Poster_Malaysiaball.pdf

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