Neuroscience

We need to rethink neuroscience. And you can help us

To arrive at a set of ethical guidelines, first we need to know what the public wants. That's where you come in. Image: Zoltan Tasi/Unsplash

Karen Rommelfanger

Associate Professor and Director, Neuroethics and Neurotech Innovation Collaboratory, Emory University

Alvaro Fernandez

CEO and Editor-in-Chief, SharpBrains

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