The Eubios Ethics Institute is a nonprofit group that aims to stimulate the international discussion of ethical issues, and how we may use technology in ways consistent with “good life” (eu-bios). It aims at an integrated and cross-cultural approach to bioethics, and has a global network of partners.
AUSN School of Medicine is proud to announce the signing of an Academic Collaborative Agreement with the Eubios Ethics Institute. Eubios Ethics Institute was founded by Darryl Macer in 1990, in Christchurch, New Zealand and Tsukuba Science City, Japan. In 2005 Eubios added Bangkok, Thailand to the network. Professor Darryl Macer is currently an AUSN School of Medicine Professor of Bioethics and Biomedicine; a Member of the AUSN Board of Governors; and the Director, AUSN Institute of Indigenous Peoples and Global Studies in the Division of Biomedical Sciences.
For 23 years the Eubios Ethics Institute has cooperated with many individuals and groups, including UNESCO and UNU, Asian Bioethics Association, youth networks, and seeks to empower people to be free thinkers to change the world, motivating youth to be leaders. The Eubios Ethics Institute is determined to encourage practical activities built upon the results of research to implement policy, consistent with the goals and needs of various communities around the world.