April 26
Henriett Griecs, Gabor Gyani, Jozsef Laszlovszky
April 29
Judit Sandor
April 30
Antonia Hamilton (UCL)
May 5
Thomas Chaney (Toulouse School of Economics)
May 7
Daniel Haun (MPI Psycholinguistics)
May 8
Patrick Olivelle (University of Texas at Austin)
May 9
Antony Eastmond (The Courtauld Institute of Art)
May 12
Essie Maasoumi (Emory University)

Thinking Together about Enhancement and Disability

The first meeting of the Mobilization and Mutual Learning (MML) exercise under the Neuro-Enhancement: Responsible Research and Innovation (Grant Agreement No: 321464) EU 7th Framework research project was organized by CEU’s Center for Ethics and Law in Biomedicine (CELAB) on April 11.

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The Hungarian Holocaust Seventy Years Later

"The Hungarian Holocaust Seventy Years Later": As part of this conference, Hungarian scholars examined responsible actors, the effects of the destruction, and the ways in which the Hungarian Holocaust is remembered and commemorated.  

What Ireland and Hungary Can Learn from One Another

CEU Business School and the Embassy of Ireland, in association with the Irish Hungarian Business Circle and Enterprise Ireland, hosted their first Business Forum titled “Doing Business in Central Europe, Some Comparisons with Ireland” on April 9.

There Will Be Social Collapse in Eastern Ukraine, Says Miller

After months of deadly violence, Ukraine is struggling to rebuild itself while still being at the center of a tug of war between East and West.

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Human Enhancement Challenges Basic Human Rights

Can we and, more importantly, how can we employ technological innovation to better ourselves?  CELAB Director Judit Sandor hopes to help shape a normative framework underpinning the governance of neuro-enhancement technologies.



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