The Liminal Spaces Project’s researchers and partners frequently contribute to the Mason Institute’s blog. The Motley Coat offers an exciting space to explore thoughts, opinions, and ideas at the forefront of medicine, the life sciences, and the law.

Recent Liminal Spaces blog posts

What is a festschrift?
By Graeme Laurie

Scotland’s Turn Towards ‘Realistic Medicine’: What’s in a Name?
By Edward Dove

Research in the context of global health emergencies: writing a background paper for the Nuffield Council on Bioethics.
By Agomoni Ganguli-Mitra and Nayha Sethi

Why a sugar tax? What the UK can learn from Mexico
By Isabel Fletcher

Recent Reports Highlight Key Issues in Regulating Elderly Care
By Catriona McMillan and Nayha Sethi

Trust, Consent and Opt-outs in the Re-use of Health Data: Where Next?
By Graeme Laurie

The Embryo-shaped Elephant in the Room
By Catriona McMillan

Zika, Gandhi and the CDC
By Agomoni Ganguli Mitra

Liminal Spaces Project: Report on First Advisory Board Meeting
By Annie Sorbie

Debating the Nation: Biomedical Nationalism and Pharmaceutical Citizenship at Westminster Hall
By Samuel Taylor-Alexander

The bioethics of transnational commercial pregnancy: reflections on the J Kenyon Mason Annual Lecture with Prof Francoise Baylis
By Agomoni Ganguli Mitra

Elberte v. Latvia: a curious case of tissue, relatives and the ‘right to private life’
By Edward Dove

Revisiting Reciprocity in Health Research
By Agomoni Ganguli Mitra

Confronting the Liminal Spaces of Health Research Regulation
By Graeme Laurie