16 Maastricht J. Eur. & Comp. L. 1 (2009)

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SYMPOSIUM: NEW TECHNOLOGIES, EUROPEAN LAW AND CITIZENS
Compiled and guest-edited by Mark L. Flear and Sara Ramshaw
Editorial
An Introduction to'New Technologies, European Law and Citizens'
MARK L. FLEAR                                                    3
ARTICLES
Taking Revolutions Seriously: Rights, Risk and New Technologies
THtRtSE MURPHY                                                  15
The Politics of Risk and EU Governance of Human Material
ANNE-MAREE FARRELL                                              41
Nanomedicine and the EU: Some Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Challenges
JEAN V. McHALE                                                  65
Fundamental Disjunctions in the EU Legal Order on Human Tissue, Cells &
Advanced Regenerative Therapies
MARCELLA FAVALE and AURORA PLOMER                               89
The EU's Biopolitical Governance of Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products
MARK L. FLEAR                                                  113

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