Marianne Boenink
Marianne Boenink
Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Twente
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Anticipating the interaction between technology and morality: A scenario study of experimenting with humans in bionanotechnology
M Boenink, T Swierstra, D Stemerding
Studies in ethics, law, and technology 4 (2), 2010
Exploring techno-moral change: the case of the obesitypill
T Swierstra, D Stemerding, M Boenink
Evaluating New Technologies: Methodological Problems for the Ethical …, 2009
Beyond bench and bedside: disentangling the concept of translational research
AL Van der Laan, M Boenink
Health care analysis 23, 32-49, 2015
Assessing expectations: Towards a toolbox for an ethics of emerging technologies
F Lucivero, T Swierstra, M Boenink
NanoEthics 5, 129-141, 2011
Values in responsible research and innovation: from entities to practices
M Boenink, O Kudina
Journal of Responsible Innovation 7 (3), 450-470, 2020
Molecular medicine and concepts of disease: the ethical value of a conceptual analysis of emerging biomedical technologies
M Boenink
Medicine, health care and philosophy 13, 11-23, 2010
The benefits of patient involvement for translational research
L Van der Scheer, E Garcia, AL van der Laan, S van der Burg, M Boenink
Health Care Analysis 25, 225-241, 2017
Taking care of the symbolic order. How converging technologies challenge our concepts
T Swierstra, R van Est, M Boenink
Nanoethics 3, 269-280, 2009
Exploring the interaction between technology and morality in the field of genetic susceptibility testing: A scenario study
D Stemerding, T Swierstra, M Boenink
Futures 42 (10), 1133-1145, 2010
Converging technologies, shifting boundaries
T Swierstra, M Boenink, B Walhout, R Van Est
NanoEthics 3, 213-216, 2009
Responsible healthcare innovation: anticipatory governance of nanodiagnostics for theranostics medicine
E Fisher, M Boenink, S Van Der Burg, N Woodbury
Expert Review of Molecular Diagnostics 12 (8), 857-870, 2012
Can we learn from hidden mistakes? Self-fulfilling prophecy and responsible neuroprognostic innovation
M Mertens, OC King, MJAM Van Putten, M Boenink
Journal of Medical Ethics 48 (11), 922-928, 2022
Tensions and opportunities in convergence: Shifting concepts of disease in emerging molecular medicine
M Boenink
Nanoethics 3, 243-255, 2009
Genetic diagnostics for hereditary breast cancer: displacement of uncertainty and responsibility
M Boenink
Genetics from Laboratory to Society: Societal Learning as an Alternative to …, 2008
The multiple practices of doing ‘ethics in the laboratory’: A mid-level perspective
M Boenink
Ethics on the laboratory floor, 57-78, 2013
Giving voice to patients: developing a discussion method to involve patients in translational research
M Boenink, L van der Scheer, E Garcia, S van der Burg
NanoEthics 12, 181-197, 2018
Emerging technologies for diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease: Innovating with care
M Boenink, H Van Lente, E Moors
Emerging Technologies for Diagnosing Alzheimer's Disease: Innovating with …, 2016
Biomarkers for dementia: too soon for routine clinical use
JD Isaacs, M Boenink
The Lancet Neurology 19 (11), 884-885, 2020
Leven als bouwpakket: ethisch verkennen van de nieuwe technologische golf
T Swierstra, M Boenink, B Walhout, R van Est
Rathenau Instituut, 2009
Anticipating the future of technology and society by way of (plausible) scenarios: fruitful, futile or fraught with danger?
M Boenink
International journal of foresight and innovation policy 9 (2-3-4), 148-161, 2013
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