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  • Public Funding Of Genetic Research
    634 words
    Science is a part of our everyday life, from the clothes on our backs to the food that we eat. It is science that has allowed for our advances in production, transportation, farming and even entertainment. Never in our history however has science effected our lives as genetic engineering will and undoubtedly already does. We stand on the threshold of an era where the manipulation of the genetic instructions or DNA in human cells is no longer a fantasy but a very controversial reality. We see the...
  • Human Race Through Genetic Engineering
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    Bioethics Outline: Thesis: It is my belief that genetic engineering has promise to better mankind, and it is our ethical obligation to research it but not exploit it. There is a need to have a morally correct legislation that guides the way science develops this. Outline: I. Social a) Personal Privacy i. Individual rights b) Society i. Implication on society II. Religious a) Religious concerns b) Different religion views. Medical Benefits a) What are they b) What are the risks IV. Legislation a)...
  • Genetic Violence Research
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    The Genetics of Violence Introduction We, in the 1990's, are slowly and inevitably being faced with the sociological and biological implications of impending genetic power. This power is analytical, in such cases as the Human Genome Project, which will hopefully succeed in mapping out the genetic code for the entire human genetic composition. Moreover, this power is preventative and participatory in that it can be, and is being, used to control the behavior of humans and other animals. This new ...
  • Research Genome Sequence Information
    620 words
    A recent scientific breakthrough, creating a genetic map for cattle is now completed. This finished map is now allowing for researchers to work with reducing animal disease and improving the nutrition of beef and dairy products. This information was, according to the New York Times, along with other sources, a result of a 53 million-dollar international project to sequence the genome of different breeds of cattle. When the program was launched in December 2003, the US Department of Agriculture c...
  • Genetic Products
    477 words
    Bio-Ethics By: Travis Redman 4/3/00 The issue of bio-ethics presents a myriad of new dilemmas; all of which have arisen in the recent past, and must be addressed in the near future. The majority of these questions stem from the introduction of new, genetically-engineered organisms. These organisms, or at least many of them, are created in laboratories, by gene splicing, swapping, etc. and essentially, these scientists are playing god, creating biological entities as they want them. This is the m...
  • Last Form Of Genetic Engineering
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    Genetic engineering, the transfer of genetic material from one organism to another, is often a hot topic of debate among scientists and the general public alike; yet, what is the controversy behind this ground breaking medical procedure Although the procedure, in its numerous forms, could greatly benefit society in many ways, the ethics of the whole idea have many concerned. Types of Genetic Engineering There are several types of genetic engineering and they all vary slightly in the technique an...
  • Government Body Of Genetic Research
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    Genetic Research Must be Regulated Human genetics and cloning have become a subject of hot debate in the recent past. Currently there are very few restrictions or regulations on genetic research and cloning. This means that the world of genetic research is wide open. In order to control genetic research and cloning an official government run department or committee must be established. This department would be able to regulate and restrict all genetic research and set a standard in bioethics. Th...
  • Research And Experiments With Genetics
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    Genetic Cloning Genetic cloning has become an issue in these past years, and many questions have arisen due to this scientific breakthrough. As with any new technology, ethical and moral ideals have clashed between those who support it and those who favor the opposing side. The dispute involves what to do with our ability to clone and manipulate DNA of human beings, plants, and animals, and whether it is ethical for us to pursue research and experiments with genetics or whether it is people just...
  • Projects Like Genome Research
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    While creationist and evolutionists are arguing over who is right and where we (being the human race) came from, the rest of us are left to worry where all the advances in DNA / genome research will lead us. Australia has been slow to jump on the genome research bandwagon and become involved in larger scale research. Yet for biological and medical research we have contributed strongly. To undertake such projects like genome research, funding and facilities are a must have, what many institutions...

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