Designer Babies and Other Possibilities

First-Year Seminar Program 199

Usual Description

The advent and sustained proliferation of techniques in molecular biology and biotechnology have generated unprecedented possibilities for genetically manipulating not only cells, but entire organisms. As a result, what used to be solely within the confines of science fiction are, today, possibilities–realities, even!–with exciting but sometimes troubling implications. This seminar explores biotechnological advances as they apply to medicine and agriculture and will concentrate on cloning and genetic manipulation of animals and plants.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
First-Year Seminar Program 199 Taught by Yolanda Cruz
First-Year Seminar Program 199
First-Year Seminar Program 199 Taught by Yolanda Cruz
First-Year Seminar Program 199 Taught by Yolanda Cruz
First-Year Seminar Program 199 Taught by Yolanda Cruz
First-Year Seminar Program 199 Taught by Yolanda Cruz