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Q&A on bioethics and policy with Stanford law expert

Stanford law professor Hank Greely, JD, recently hosted a discussion on Facebook as part of Stanford Open Office Hours.

In the latest installment of Open Office Hours, Greely answers questions about mind reading, cognitive enhancing drugs, and the impact of neuroscience on education. Check the Stanford Facebook page in the next few days to watch parts 3 and 4 of the discussion.

Previously: Stanford professor taking questions from public on bioethics and policy

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