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Governing Emerging Biotechnologies: Social Values and Stem Cell Research Regulation in Argentina

Grant reference: RES-000-22-2678

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Ambition and ambivalence : engagement and policy dialogues in Argentina
Drawing on empirical research conducted in Argentina through the ESRC-funded ‘GET: Social Values Project’ (see, this Policy Brief (1) places stem cell and regenerative research in the broader bioscience and health research context, (2) provides evidence of Argentine stakeholder views on the state and value of public engagement in this field, and their desires with respect to science democracy, and (3) offers insights into how this evidence is relevant to bioscience and health research policy options in Argentina.
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Author Shawn H.E. Harmon


Argentina; stem cell research; engagement; participation; medical research

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University of Edinburgh/AHRC
01 January 2010
GET : social values project policy brief