#584: Konetzka & Smith, Science Panel

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Poynter Center
The Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics & American Institutions was an endowed ethics research center established in 1972 at Indiana University Bloomington. Through its programming, the Poynter Center addressed bioethics, religion, political ethics, research ethics, professional and educational ethics, technology, and many other areas. Initiatives over the years included courses such as "The Citizen and the News," supported by the Ford Foundation, which began in the fall of 1975 and studied the institutions that produce news and information about public affairs in America. 

A discussion on the ethics of research into genetic modification and engineering. Emphasis is put on genetic research involving fetuses, and government regulation of research using them. The two scientists on the panel are Dr. Walter Konetzka, professor of microbiology at IU, and Dr. David Smith, a professor of Religious studies at IU. 
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[Item], Poynter Center records, Collection C590, Indiana University Archives, Bloomington.
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Other: GR00433476; Other: C590.19| 584; MDPI Barcode: 40000003742964; Collection Identifier: C590

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