On March 6, 2024, the Council on Science and Technology and the graduate student group, the Princeton Bioethics Exchange, successfully hosted its inaugural symposium, "What Constitutes Progress in Bioethics?”. The event brought together a diverse range of perspectives to explore the evolving landscape of bioethics. Featuring interdisciplinary discussions led by prominent speakers, including Ian Peebles, Brooke Holmes, José Avalos, Katie Donnelly *23, and Eric Wieschaus, the complexities in addressing the ethics of biotechnology were highlighted. On the following day, the Princeton Bioethic Exchange met to elaborate on the symposium’s discussion. This event was co-sponsored by Princeton’s Faith & Work Initiative and the Omenn-Darling Bioengineering Institute.

*photo credit Wright Seneres