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The most science friendly nation?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Capo Dei Capi, Nov 2, 2015.

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    I was pondering, what is the most science friendly nation in the world. So many that appear to be pro-science end up passing some kind of laws or having some culture that makes it hard to do some of the most needed research to lower the rate of deaths from trauma.
    If it isn't with criminal sanctions for certain research its civil liabilities. For example In the U.S. if someone had a 99% chance of dying with current medical tech but something experimental in the early stages could lower it to 85% if the person ended up dying the company and doctors would be sued over it.

    China looks promising its pro stem cells and human cloning for therapy reasons and also being used as the location for first head transplant. But are they most friendly in the sense that all you have to do is have someone agree to experimental surgery and it absolves you of all criminal and civil liabilities or is another country better?


    http://abcnews.go.com/Health/doctor-aims-perform-head-transplant-2017-experts-remain/story?id=33775323