Redesigning Life?: The Worldwide Challenge to Genetic Engineering|
by Brian Tokar (Author)
The book is a superb collection of essays chronicling the development of
biotechnology and the social reaction it has caused.
“In this wide-ranging collection, scientists and activists discuss the pressing
issues growing out of the wanton commercialization of the life sciences. With
clear and up-to-date examples, the authors illustrate the dangers inherent in
the unfettered manipulation of plant, animal and human biology for health and
societal well-being.” —Ruth Hubbard, Professor Emerita of Biology at Harvard
University, Board Member of the Council for Responsible Genetics, and author of
Exploding the Gene Myth.
“The book is a superb collection of essays chronicling the development of
biotechnology and the social reaction it has caused.” —Gene Watch
Paperback: 384 pages
Publisher: Zed Books (May 4, 2001)