Jane Maienschein examines how understanding of embryos evolved from the speculations of natural philosophers to bioengineering, with its life-enhancing therapies. She shows that research on embryos has always seemed promising to some but frightening to others, and makes the case that public understanding must be informed by scientific findings.
Subjects: Developmental & Cell Biology, Health Sciences, History of Science & Technology, General Science, Political Science
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