A Long-Term Study of Knowledge, Risk, and Ethics for Students Enrolled in an Introductory Biotechnology Course
Journal of Animal Science 2003 May; 81(5): 1348-1353
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Risk of tumorigenesis in first-in-human trials of embryonic stem cell neural derivatives: ethics in the face of long-term uncertainty Hess, Pascale H. (2009-05)While the successful differentiation of human embryonic stem cells into high purity populations of specialized cells is viewed as a major step towards the safety of prospective human transplantation trials, concerns about ...
Cognitive and Psychosocial Factors in the Long-term Development of Implicit and Explicit Second Language Knowledge in Adult Learners of Spanish at Increasing Proficiency Serafini, Ellen Johnson (Georgetown University, 2013)This study examined the second language (L2) development of adult learners of Spanish at three levels of proficiency during and after a semester of instruction. A fundamental goal was to identify cognitive and psychosocial ...