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DNA in culture

  • Julie Clayton
  • Carina Dennis

Abstract

No longer the arcane and privileged scene that it was in the 1950s, science is now reach-ing every section of society, and speaks to people of all ages. No one can ignore the headlines announcing the latest news about new drugs for cancer or vaccines for infectious diseases, foretelling a world in which ‘designer babies’ and human clones are the norm, warning of the perils of ‘mad cow disease’ and AIDS, or talking of genetically modified organisms.

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Cheek Cell Designer Baby Live Paint Engine Ring Rhode Island School 
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© Julie Clayton 2003

Authors and Affiliations

  • Julie Clayton
  • Carina Dennis

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