Genetic Engineering

Genetic Engineering has given scientists more power than they have ever had. Through genetic engineering, scientists have the power to rewrite an organism's genetic instructions, thus giving it properties which nature never intended it to have. ''The major economic impact of genetic engineering will be even greater in the chemical and energy industries than in the health-care field,'' said Edward Lanphier of International Resource Development Inc.

Genetic Engineering in Cells and Tissues

Genetic Engineering in Plants

Genetic Engineering in Animals

Genetic Engineering in Medicine


This page was assembled by Nat, with content by Marc, Cynthia, Michael, and Nat. The Virtual High School Class, Bioethics Symposium was taught by Tracy Reynolds, Richard Benz and Christine Johnson. The Virtual High School (VHS) is a cooperative project, funded by a Technology Challenge Grant from the U.S. Department of Education. The students and teachers from the class live in Ohio, Massachusetts, California and New Jersey.
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Genetic Engineering in Cells and Tissues