Denmark

  • Jeffrey N. Gibbs
  • Iver P. Cooper
  • Bruce F. Mackler
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Abstract

In 1985, it became generally known for the first time that some companies were ready to begin using genetically engineered organisms to manufacture products. This information was received by the Danish public with mixed feelings. Many people welcomed this new technology as an alternative, clean manufacturing method that offered great potential benefits to society. Other people felt, however, that humanity had gone too far in its efforts to tame nature, and that biotechnology was laden with a number of potential risks.

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© Jeffrey N. Gibbs, Iver P. Cooper, Bruce F. Mackler 1987

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  • Jeffrey N. Gibbs
  • Iver P. Cooper
  • Bruce F. Mackler

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