Rebecca Bennett is a leading figure in the field of bioethics, and is frequently looked to by the British media for advice on ethical dilemmas. With almost 30 years experience in teaching bioethics, Rebecca has published on a wide range of issues, including the ethics of screening for Down's syndrome and responsibility in pregnancy. Rebecca's latest paper, published in 2013, is When Intuition is Not Enough. Why the Principle of Procreative Beneficence Must Work Much Harder to Justify Its Eugenic Vision, where she argues that the suggested moral obligation to have the best child we can is not only incoherent but dangerously eugenic. Rebecca also worked as the ethical advisor on the recent BBC documentary "A world without Down's Syndrome?" She is currently a professor in Bioethics at the University of Manchester.