Professor Matti Häyry

Biotechnology for a longer life

The Nordic Committee on Bioethics, in collaboration with the Centre for Collaborative Health at Aarhus University, organised a workshop on "Biotechnology for a longer life" in Read more »

Conference: Biotechnology for a longer life

We want to live as long as possible, but at the same time many people fear growing old. Growing old means an increased risk of degenerative diseases, and of becoming Read more »

dynamiccontent_properties

Report: Reproductive Technology and Surrogacy, A Global Perspective

Read more »

Credit: iStock

Hard Choices in Nordic Health Care – Expensive treatments and priority settings

Read more »

2015bio

Updated version of Legislation on biotechnology in the Nordic countries

  Read more »

ku

Ethical Dilemmas of Consuming Animals

2-day seminar in Helsinki, 27-28 August, 2015 Read more »

NeIClogo_266Black

Session on Sensitive Data at #NeIC2015

The Nordic committee on Bioethics hosted a session at the Nordic e-Infrastructure Conference 2015 - NeIC2015. Read more »

ncbio bile

Whole-genome sequencing and the implications for health care – Do we have a right not to know?

Workshop in Reykjavik, Iceland, 16–18 October 2014     Read more »

NCBio bilde

Legislation on biotechnology in the Nordic countries – an overview 2014

    Read more »

Bilde2

Session on Neurological Enhancement, Helsinki 10 June

Read more »

  • About the Committee

    The Nordic Committee on Bioethics was founded in 1989 to promote Nordic cooperation and exchange of information between scientists, parliamentarians, opinion leaders and public officials in the area of bioethics.

    Read more >>

  • Subscribe to our newsletter




  • Follow us on facebook

  • Follow us on twitter

    twitter