Genetics of intelligence: Ethics and the conduct of trustworthy research

With the advent of new genomic sequencing technologies, researchers around the world are working to identify genetic variants that help explain differences in intelligence. Can such findings be used to improve education for all, as some scientists believe? Or are they likely to have a chilling effect on programs meant to improve educational outcomes among disadvantaged populations? These are among the questions explored in a new report.

Source: Genetics of intelligence: Ethics and the conduct of trustworthy research: Report examines controversies in research on the genetics of intelligence, recommends ways for it to avoid the ‘vortex of classicism and racism’ — ScienceDaily

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