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A Gumberg Library research guide

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This research guide will connect you to reference works, print books and ebooks, databases for articles, and other information sources on Human Enhancement.

Definition: "Human enhancement is the process of positively augmenting our abilities, permanently or temporarily. It includes any technology that expands or positively alters our capabilities or appearance: drugs, hormones, implants, genetic engineering or some surgeries" (SIENNA Project website)


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The Scientific and Ethical Elements of Human Enhancement

Pew Research Center

 


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