Does Technology or Expertise Matter? An Exploration of Attitudes and Opinions on Synthetic Biology Policy and Governance Needs

@inproceedings{Ndoh2015DoesTO,
  title={Does Technology or Expertise Matter? An Exploration of Attitudes and Opinions on Synthetic Biology Policy and Governance Needs},
  author={Christina E. Ndoh},
  year={2015}
}
NDOH, CHRISTINA E. Does Technology or Expertise Matter? An Exploration of Attitudes and Opinions on Synthetic Biology Policy and Governance Needs. (Under the direction of Dr. Jennifer Kuzma). This dissertation explores risk perceptions of synthetic biology from expert groups through elicited feedback on risk analysis and governance needs. Because synthetic biology (SB) is an emerging technology field, uncertainty around human health and environmental effects of the technologies exist. To better… CONTINUE READING

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