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, http://pewagbiotech.org/research/harvest/, 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?, http://pewagbiotech.org/research/bugs/bugs.pdf

10. Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology (2005). Exploring the Regulatory and Commercialization Issues Related to Genetically Engineered Animals, http://pewagbiotech.org/events/0321/proceedings.pdf

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