Neuroethics: Challenges for the 21st Century
In the late 1960s, a new field of philosophical and moral enquiry
came into existence. Bioethics, as it soon came to be called, quickly
mushroomed: it developed its own journals, its own professional
associations, its own conferences, degree programs and experts.
It developed very rapidly for many reasons, but no doubt the main... An Introduction to Radio Frequency Engineering The following text evolved out of a series of courses on radio frequency (RF) engineering to undergraduates, postgraduates, government and industry. It was designed to meet the needs of such groups and, in particular, the needs of working engineers attempting to upgrade their skills. Thirty years ago, it appeared as if the fibre optics revolution...
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