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Improving Nature?: The Science and Ethics of Genetic Engineering

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By: Michael J Reiss and Roger Straughan

288 pages, B/w photos & illus

Cambridge University Press

Paperback | Mar 1998 | #80489 | ISBN: 0521637546
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Hardback | Sep 1996 | #54461 | ISBN: 0521454417
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About this book

This book looks at how organisms are already being genetically engineered to provide us with new foods and medicines, and examines the implications of genetic engineering for us all, from a moral and ethical standpoint.

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