Unravelling Gene Biotechnology

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1995 Number 1

Unravelling Gene Biotechnology
Mae-Wan Ho pages 77-98


In a piece of scientific advocacy, biophysicist Mae-Wan Ho examines the theoretical assumptions behind the practice and applications of gene biotechnology. She argues that the underlying paradigm on which the industry is built is fundamentally flawed. The implications of not recognising this are serious for both society and the environment.

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Mae-Wan Ho (1995) Unravelling Gene Biotechnology, Soundings, 1995(1), 77-98

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