Editorial : Law and ethics for the bioeconomy and beyond
Bennett, Belinda (2007) Editorial : Law and ethics for the bioeconomy and beyond. Journal of Law and Medicine, 15(1), pp. 7-13.
The convergence of biological, technological and economic realms of life has fostered the development of the bioeconomy as a new feature of contemporary society. As the meaning of life and the human body is redefined in the context of the bioeconomy, new challenges have emerged for ethics and law In the face of these challenges, it is imperative that the currency of regulatory frameworks is maintained through the processes of regular review and update. The National Health and Medical Research Council has recently released the new National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research to provide guidance for health research in Australia. The new National Statement will play an important part in supporting innovation and the development of the knowledge economy.
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