The Bucks County Courier Times reports that with continuous advances in science and medicine, students are now not only studying the scientific method, but also learning to question not only if something could be done, but should it be done. In order to facilitate these types of difficult discussions, Holy Family University in Northeast Philadelphia hosted a conference on Monday about maintaining morality and integrity on research and technology. The forum was organized by the Pennsylvania Consortium for Higher Education, a group of eight colleges and universities in the Philadelphia region. Many college professors say that their charges ask questions along these lines, but increasingly, high school teachers say that these inquiries are starting before students even reach the collegiate level…