Bio ethics and Bio safety

Biosafety is the prevention of large-scale loss of biological integrity, focusing both on ecology and human health.[1] These prevention mechanisms include conduction of regular reviews of the biosafety in laboratory settings, as well as strict guidelines to follow. Biosafety is used to protect from harmful incidents. Many laboratories handling biohazards employ an ongoing risk management assessment and enforcement process for biosafety. Failures to follow such protocols can lead to increased risk of exposure to biohazards or pathogens. (citation) Human error and poor technique contribute to unnecessary exposure and compromise the best safeguards set into place for protection

Bioethics is the application of ethics to the field of medicine and healthcare. It is also moral discernment as it relates to medical policy, practice, and research. The Term “bioethics” was first coined in 1971 (some say by University of Wisconsin professor Van Rensselaer Potter; others, by fellows of the Kennedy Institute in Washington, D.C.), it may have signified merely the combination of biology and bioscience with humanistic knowledge. The scope of bioethics can expand with biotechnology, including cloninggene therapylife extension, human genetic engineering, astroethics and life in space, and manipulation of basic biology through altered DNA, XNA and proteins

  • Biosafety regulations
  • Intellectual property rights
  • Ethical issues of human genome project
  • Handling and dispose of hazardous material

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