The advent of new biotechnologies consistently reshapes our capabilities. However, the ethical implications of these advancements remain contentious. Christine Nellemann, a prominent figure from the National Food Institute, has recently joined the Danish Council on Ethics, bringing her extensive experience in biotechnology and genetic technology, particularly in the food sector. The council's mandate is to discern the ethical boundaries of technologies, enriching the public debate. Current topics include the ethics of late-stage abortions, the renewed discussion on euthanasia, and the blending of artificial intelligence in healthcare. The council also delves into the green transition, weighing the ethical implications of food technologies against their potential benefits. As biotechnologies continue to evolve, the council's role in guiding the moral compass becomes ever more vital.