Elaine Sedenberg

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meso-Octamethyloctafluorocalixpyrrole, a simple tetrapyrrolic macrocycle, has been shown to function as both a chloride/nitrate and a chloride/bicarbonate antiport agent for lipid bilayer transmembrane anion transport. This is the first example of a synthetic macrocyclic pyrrole-based receptor capable of transmembrane bicarbonate transport.
Biosensed information represent an emerging class of data with the potential for massive, systematic, and remote or casual collection of personal information about people. Biosensors capture physiological signals in addition to kinesthetic data to draw intimate inferences about individuals’ mental states. The proliferation of sensors makes detection,(More)
Respect for persons is a cornerstone value for any conception of research ethics—though how to best realize respect in practice is an ongoing question. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, “informed consent” emerged as a particular way to operationalize respect in medical and behavioral research contexts. Today, informed consent has been challenged by(More)
We are biologically programmed to publicly display emotions as social cues and involuntary physiological reflexes: grimaces of disgust alert others to poisonous food, pursed lips and furrowed brows warn of mounting aggression, and spontaneous smiles relay our joy and friendship. Though designed to be public under evolutionary pressure, these signals were(More)
The migration of robots from the laboratory into sensitive home settings as commercially available therapeutic agents represents a significant transition for information privacy and ethical imperatives. We present new privacy paradigms and apply the Fair Information Practices (FIPs) to investigate concerns unique to the placement of therapeutic robots in(More)
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