References and Further Reading

1. Bud, R. (1993). The Uses of Life: A History of Biotechnology (New York: Cambridge University Press).

2. Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology (2001). Harvest on the Horizon: Future Uses of Agricultural Biotechnology,, September.

3. Kukowska-Latallo, J. F. (2005). “Nanoparticle Targeting of Anticancer Drug Improves Therapeutic Response in Animal Model of Human Epithelial Cancer,” Cancer Research, 65: 5317–24.

4. Kelman, S. (1981). “Cost Benefit Analysis: An Ethical Critique,” Regulation, 5 (1): 33–40.

5. Jasanoff, S. (2005). Designs on Nature: Science and Democracy in Europe and the United States (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press).

6. Gibbons, M. (1999). “Science’s New Social Contract with Society,” Nature, 402: C81–C84.

7. Walters, L. (2004). “Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research: An Intercultural Perspective,” Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, 14 (1): 3–38.

8. Beauchamp, T. L. and Walters, L. (1999). “Ethical Theory and Bioethics,” in T. L. Beauchamp and L. Walters (eds), Contemporary Issues in Bioethics (Florence, Ky: Wadsworth Publishing Company), pp. 1–32.

9. Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology (2004). Bugs in the System?,

10. Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology (2005). Exploring the Regulatory and Commercialization Issues Related to Genetically Engineered Animals,

11. Kuzma, ...

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