February 22, 2006

Itty Bitty Notes

    Rock Ethics Institute at Penn State's main campus is sponsoring a conference on Islam & Bioethics March 27-28. For more information on bioethics conferences and events near you see the pretty much definitive calendar at bioethics.net.
    Justice John Roberts speaks for religious freedom, at least where hallucinogenic tea is concerned.
    According to the French press' report on the Chinese state news agency, births of twins in China are booming as that nation has begun downing fertility pills like candy.
    Korea Times reports at long last that the government is coming for Seoul National University: "The Board of Audit and Inspection (BAI) said Tuesday that it would inspect Seoul National University (SNU) for the first time over the school’s use of research and development (R&D) funds coming from the government."

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