Biology and Society Feature

by The Dartmouth Staff | 5/10/00 5:00am

Biomedical research has reached new peaks in the last couple of decades. Humans today have the ability to influence their reproductive process, to interfere with the genetic makeup of individuals and to breed genetically modified crops. And while biomedical technology is cruising along to unknown heights, it is simultaneously leaving behind a plethora of unresolved moral issues.

Indeed, the dilemmas our generation must deal with today were simply unheard of 40 years ago. Find out all about this and more in our feature about biology and society.