The Gene-splicing wars : reflections on the recombinant DNA controversy / edited by Raymond A. Zilinskas and Burke K. Zimmerman.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York : Macmillan ; London : Collier Macmillan, ©1986.
Description
xv, 288 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.

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Subject(s)
Series
  • AAAS issues in science and technology series [More in this series]
  • Issues in science and technology series
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographies and index.
Contents
  • Asilomar and the formation of public policy / Clifford Grobstein
  • The recombinant DNA controversy: the NIH viewpoint / Donald S. Fredrickson
  • Science and politics: DNA comes to Washington / Burke K. Zimmerman
  • European aspects of the recombinant DNA debate / Keith Gibson
  • The impact of the recombinant DNA controversy on a professional scientific society / Harlyn O. Halvorson
  • Recombinant DNA controversy: the right to know and to worry / Harold Schmeck, Jr.
  • A personal view of the media's role in the recombinant DNA war / Norton D. Zinder
  • Who decides who decides? Some dilemmas and other hopes / Donald N. Michael
  • Technology and democratic control: the case of recombinant DNA / Claire Nader
  • Recombinant DNA research and biological warfare / Raymond A. Zilinskas
  • Beyond recombinant DNA: the next twenty years / Zsolt Harsanyi
  • Social responsibility in the age of synthetic biology: beyond biohazards / Sheldon Krimsky.
ISBN
  • 0029485606
  • 9780029485606
LCCN
84029446
OCLC
11621539
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