Deborah Bowman, Professor of Bioethics, Clinical Ethics and Medical Law at St. George’s University of London
Sarah Chan, Research Fellow in Bioethics and Law and Deputy Director of the Institute for Science, Ethics and Innovation at the University of Manchester
Molly Crockett, Associate Professor of Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford
Gill Haddow, Senior Research Fellow in Science, Technology and Innovation Studies at the University of Edinburgh
For its 2014 annual public lecture, the Nuffield Council on Bioethics had four speakers from different disciplines present their take on what will be the main challenges in and for bioethics in the near future. Topics touched on included how to make bioethics more open and inclusive as a discipline; what role for bioethicists in meeting future societal challenges; whether we will be able to develop a 'morality pill' in near future; and how it might feel for people to have electronic or other material transplanted into them in the future to help their bodies cope with longer lives.