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1. Biography: Lee Silver
Lee Silver Lee M. Silver received his Ph.D. at Harvard University. He is an internationally renowned molecular biologist and expert on biomedical ethics, legal issues, and the societal challenges posed by advances in biotechnology.
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2. Biography: Biography Index
Lee Silver - Molecular Biologist, author of Remaking Eden: Cloning and Beyond in a Brave New World Seth Shostak - Astronomer, Public Programs Scientist at the
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3. Full Biography Index
Lee Silver Seth Shostak Barbara Smith-Moran Robert Song Christopher Southgate Father
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4. Genetics Topic: Issues For the Millennium: Cloning and Genetic Technologies ...
Lee Silver , Professor, Princeton University Science, Politics and Ethics of Cloning and Genetic Engineering : Who will Decide the Future of Humankind? Play Lori
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5. Genetics Topic: Science, Politics and Ethics of Cloning and Genetic Engineer...
the Future of Humankind? Lee Silver , Professor, Princeton University Related Topics: AAAS Report on Stem-Cells... Evanston Seminary Stem-Cell Colloquy Ted Peters on Stem-Cells and Ethics Ted Peters on Genetics and
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6. Maddox Bibliography Topic: E. Representative Recent Engagements of Theology ...
NJ: Paulist, 2007. Silver, Lee M. Challenging Nature: The Clash of Science and Spirituality at the New Frontiers of Life . New York: Harper Collins, 2006. Stannard , Russell. Doing Away with God? Creation and the Big Bang
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