…nly before the bioethicists do, so I get first dibs, in a way, on all the ways things can go wrong. Some of my colleagues worry that regulations are going to slow things down. I have never seen a regulation slow down my research. But I have seen fields slowed down by inadequ…
Yes, like bio-terrorism, the real estate crash of the 21st century.
When biotech was born in the eighties, genetic engineering was looked up as a Frankenstein-like study. They envisioned a future of antibiotic resistant bugs. Wait…. what about MRSA and other multi-drug resistant bacteria? I guess the concerns are valid
Stone: But, that is due to human negligence not Ampicillin resistant E.coli. But, I digress. I’m BP-II.