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The Ethics of Biotechnology

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This title is a part of the series Biotechnology in the 21st Century


Catalogue Number:  393581
ISBN Number:  978-1-60825-079-0
Producer:  Films Media Group
Subject:  Science
Language:  English
Grade Level:  9 - 12, Post Secondary
Country Of Origin:  U.S.
Copyright Year:  2009
Running Time:  22


DVD Price:  $119.95
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The Nuclear Age "sprung upon the world with the atomic bomb" remains a bitter memory. How biotechnology, with its power to change life on Earth at the most fundamental level, will be viewed in the decades to come depends on decisions being made right now. This program confronts viewers with some of the ethical and moral implications of cloning, stem cell research, and animal testing. Commentary is provided by Jeanne Orhnberger, of Genetics Squared; Bob Forgey, of ProNAI Therapeutics; Drs. Elliott Hill, Brian Athey, and James Baker, of the University of Michigan; Len Fleck, of Michigan State University; and Susanne Kleff, of MBI International.

A Films for the Humanities & Sciences Production.



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