David Castle (philosopher)
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David Castle (born 1967 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a Canadian philosopher and bioethicist. He is Vice-President of Research at the University of Victoria. Previously he was Professor and Chair of Innovations in the Life Sciences at University of Edinburgh, where he investigated how to get others to innovate. From 2006–2010 he served as Canada Research Chair in Science and Society at the University of Ottawa where he developed ideas leading to the creation of the Institute for Science, Society and Policy.
- Science, Society, and the Supermarket: The Opportunities and Challenges of Nutrigenomics (2006) ISBN 0-471-77000-0
- Genetically Modified Foods: Debating Biotechnology (2002) ISBN 1-57392-996-4
- "A semantic view of ecological theories" Dialectica (2001)
- "New vice-president research named". 18 February 2014. Archived from the original on 26 September 2015. Retrieved 6 March 2016.
- "Institute for Science, Society and Policy, Annual Report 2010-2011" (PDF).
- Research Data Canada Appoints New Chair
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