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Beyond biotechnology : the barren promise of genetic engineering, Craig Holdrege and Steve Talbott

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Beyond biotechnology : the barren promise of genetic engineering
Title
Beyond biotechnology
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the barren promise of genetic engineering
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Craig Holdrege and Steve Talbott
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eng
Summary
The Human Genome Project announced in 2003 that it had successfully mapped the human DNA. Scientists, politicians, theologians, and pundits speculated what would follow. Beyond Biotechnology: The Barren Promise of Genetic Engineering distinguishes between hype and reality, examining the delicate relationship between science and nature. Authors Craig Holdrege and Steve Talbott evaluate the current state of genetic science and examine its potential applications, as well as possible dangers. The authors illustrate how the popular view of genetics does not include an understanding of how genes wor
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non fiction
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Beyond biotechnology : the barren promise of genetic engineering, Craig Holdrege and Steve Talbott
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Beyond biotechnology : the barren promise of genetic engineering, Craig Holdrege and Steve Talbott
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt2jcjkm
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 231-245) and index
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online resource
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multicolored
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txt
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Contents
Sowing technology -- Golden genes and world hunger : let them eat transgenic rice? -- Will biotech feed the world? The broader context -- We label orange juice, why not genetically modified food? -- Genes are not immune to context : examples from bacteria -- The gene : a needed revolution -- Reflections on the Human Genome Project -- Me and my double helixes -- Logic, DNA, and poetry -- The cow : organism or bioreactor? -- The forbidden question -- What does it mean to be a sloth? -- The language of nature -- Delicate empiricism : practicing a Goethean approach to science
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9780813138756
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