According to a report from National Public Radio, "In Sweden, a country rich with technological advancement, thousands have had microchips inserted into their hands. The chips are designed to speed up users' daily routines and make their lives more convenient — accessing their homes, offices and gyms is as easy as swiping their hands against digital readers." On April 3, 2019, a free, public lecture and webcast will feature Prof. Lisa Ikemoto (UC Davis School of Law) discussing "Biohacking and Cyborg Rights." Her talk is part of this year's Consortium lecture series, "Consumer-driven and DIY Science," which will also feature Sharon Terry (Genetic Alliance) and Michael Imperiale (University of Michigan).
Wednesday, November 7, 2018