Genetic EngineeringBook - 2006
Any technology that offers benefits will usually come with risks as well. In order to make wise decisions about using genetic engineering, we must understand its potential impacts well enough to decide whether the risks are acceptably low. This anthology provides your readers with a complete overview of the issues relating genetic engineering. It contains a collection of writings by foremost authorities in the field, representing a diverse array of views. Each chapter presents an important question about the topic, such as Should human cloning be banned? and the opinions that follow are grouped into yes and no categories. By evaluating contrasting opinions, readers can attain an objective knowledge of the subject. Fact boxes are included to summarize important information for researchers.
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2006.
Branch Call Number: 174.957
Characteristics: 262 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.