Human Genome Project--Moral and ethical aspects.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Bruce Roe, 2003-05-29
Item — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Bruce Roe discusses the following in his interview: Scene 1. Involvement in genomics -- Scene 2. Surprises in the Human Genome Project -- Scene 3. Gene patenting -- Scene 4. Dangers of genomic research -- Scene 5. Ethics and genomic information -- Scene 6. Public interest in genomics -- Scene 7. The future of genomics -- Scene 8. Competition in science -- Scene 9. Science and spirituality -- Scene 10. Advice to young scientists -- Scene 11. Women in science -- Scene 12. Teaching science --...
James Wyngaarden, 2003-08-18
Item — Box AV04, miniDV: CSHL1194
Scope and Contents James B. Wyngaarden discusses the following in his interview: LIFE IN SCIENCE: Becoming a Scientist; Scientific Career Highlights; Francis Crick; Sydney Brenner.GENOME RESEARCH: Opposition to the HGP; HGP Influence on Biomedical Research; Competition in Science; Competition in Science: Public vs Private Work on the HGP; Dangers of Genomic Research; Gene Patenting; Government Funding of Science; Government Regulation of Science; ...
Peter Little, 2003-05-30
Item — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Peter Little, bioinformatics researcher and professor, is interviewed by Mila Pollock and Kiryn Haslinger, on May 30, 2003, at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, New York.Peter Little discusses the following in his interview: Scene 1. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Genome Meetings -- Scene 2. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology -- Scene 3. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory: past and present -- Scene 4. Involvement in genomics -- Scene 5. Changes in...
Robert Waterston, 2003-06-01
Item — Box AV08, Hi8: CSHL1317
Scope and Contents Robert Waterston, professor of genome sciences and early participant in genome sequencing, is interviewed by Mila Pollock and Jan Witkowski on June 1, 2003, at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, in Cold Spring Harbor, New York.Robert Waterston discusses the following in his interview: Scene 1. Involvement in genomics: C. elegans Genome Project -- Scene 2. Involvement in genomics: the Human Genome Project -- Scene 3. Mechanics of the Human Genome Project -- Scene 4. Challenges of the...
James D. Watson Collection
Abstract The James D. Watson Collection documents the life and career of James D. Watson, co-recipient of the 1962 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA, the Director (and later President and Chancellor) of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, and the first director of the National Center for Human Genome Research. The collection includes photographs, correspondence, manuscripts, laboratory notebooks, administrative records, teaching files,...