The Genetic Revolution: Scientific Prospects and Public Perceptions

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Remarkable advances in molecular genetics have brought benefits ranging from more flavorful tomatoes to inexpensive human insulin produced in bacteria. But not everyone welcomes the inevitable "genetic revolution." Perhaps because experts and the general public belatedly recognized that the benefits of other technologies have come at great cost--pollution of the environment, exhaustion of natural resources, even damage to the atmosphere--many assume that similarly unintended and unforeseen harmful consequences are ...

The Genetic Revolution: Scientific Prospects and Public Perceptions 1991, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801842399

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The Genetic Revolution: Scientific Prospects and Public Perceptions 1991, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801842351

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