July 21, 2010

Podcast: 'Popular perceptions of genetics'

Posted: Jul 21, 2010 | 13 min 40 sec

As our knowledge of the human genome and our ability to intervene with it increase, the fields of genetics and genomics are becoming ever more important. In this episode of the Triple Helix podcast series, ASU students Amanda Waddell and Ellen Dupont join host David Edwards to discuss the ethics of genetic engineering and issues surrounding media coverage of genetic science.

The Triple Helix is an entirely undergraduate-run international organization with 27 chapters and more than 800 students from the most prestigious universities in America and abroad. At ASU, the Triple Helix publishes a twice-yearly journal that features undergraduate authors discussing topics at the intersection of science, society and law. In 2009, a new podcast series was launched from the ASU chapter

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