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Commission seeks advisers on science and technology ethics

Candidates should have ‘broad understanding of current and emerging ethical developments’

The European Commission is seeking 15 experts to repopulate the group from which it receives independent advice on the ethics of science and technology developments.

A call for applications for membership of the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies opened on 12 February. The group is “tasked with addressing all aspects of Commission policies and legislation where ethical, societal and fundamental rights dimensions intersect with the development of science and new technologies”, the Commission said. 

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