Emerging technologies

SGR produces a range of resources on the issue of 'Emerging technologies'. This covers a wide range of new and controversial technologies such as hydraulic fracturing (fracking), artificial intelligence and autonomous systems, climate/ geo-engineering, genetically-modified organisms and synthetic biology, and nanotechnologies. An explicit concern is the adequate application of the precautionary principle, and the possible alternatives to emerging technologies, including 'appropriate' technology and non-technological solutions such economic, political or social change.

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Article by Eva Novotny, 16 March 2004
 

Presentation given by Dr Eva Novotny at a GM briefing at the London Assembly, 19 January 2004
 

Text of an SGR letter sent to the Prime Minister, The Right Honourable Tony Blair, MP, on 6 November 2003
 

Annexe to the SGR Response to the 'GM Science Review - First Report' by Dr Eva Novotny, 5 November 2003
 

SGR Response to the 'GM Science Review - First Report' by Dr Eva Novotny, 15 October 2003
 

Article by Eva Novotny, September 2003
 

SGR response to Royal Society/ Royal Academy of Engineering consultation on nanotechnology, 10 July 2003
 

SGR Response to GM Science Review by Eva Novotny, 30 May 2003
 

Text of an SGR letter, 17 March 2003