About this series
The series Ethics of Science and Technology Assessment focuses on the impact that scientific and technological advances have on individuals, their social lives, and on the natural environment. Its goal is to cover the field of Science and Technologies Studies (STS), without being limited to it. The series welcomes scientific and philosophical reviews on questions, consequences and challenges entailed by the nature and practices of science and technology, as well as original essays on the impact and role of scientific advances, technological research and research ethics. Volumes published in the series include monographs and edited books based on the results of interdisciplinary research projects. Books that are devoted to supporting education at the graduate and post-graduate levels are especially welcome.