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BIOTECHNOLOGY : SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, AND ETHICAL 
CHALLENGES FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY            1996
Edited by 
Frederick B. Rudolph
Larry V. McIntire

1.  Overview of terminology and advances in biotechnology

2.  Advances in cell and molecular biology

3.  Structural biology as its applies to biotechnology

4.  The future of biotechnology

5.  Effect of the new biologies on health care

6.  Gene therapy: beyond genetic diseases

7.  Tissue engineering: the union of biology and engineering

8.  Development of biopharmaceuticals: an engineering perspective

9.  Bioremediation: a promising technology

10. Interactions between universities and industry

11. National science foundation's perspective on university-industry
    interaction

12. Conflict of interest in basic biomedical research

13. Patents: help or hindrance to technology transfer?

14. Ensuring the ethical conduct of research: who is responsible?

15. Misconduct: regulating and investigating scientific research

16. Ethical decision making in a pluralistic society

17. Ethical issues surrounding the new technology as applied to 
    health care

18. Biotechnology applications and women's health issues 

19. Comparison of U.S., European, and Japanese policies affecting
    pharmaceutical and biotechnology development

20. Expanding the horizons of biotechnology in the twenty-first
    century

21. The making of environmental policy decisions

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