This collection consists of a BioEthics poster, a pdf of PowerPoint slides, a Golden Rice activity and a link for further information. The first two pieces are more business-oriented and provide background information about bioethics and its main principles of Utilitarianism (greater good), Rights (autonomy), Justice (fairness), and Non-malfeasance (do no harm). It also addresses the role of ethics in the bioscience industry. The Golden Rice activity is more immediately applicable in the high school classroom. The goal is for students to understand better the arguments for and against new agricultural applications of biotechnology, in this case, the use of Golden Rice to combat vitamin A deficiency. Students are assigned to serve on one of the four teams, or on the WHO (World Health Organization) panel. Readings for each group are included, and each group of students is responsible for coming up with a 5-minute persuasive argument to present to the panel. The material is good and provides sources, but there is no specific assessment included for this activity. Assessment creation would be left up to the individual teacher.