Students, teachers and the impact of biotechnology on the community
Schibeci, R. (2000) Students, teachers and the impact of biotechnology on the community. Australian Science Teachers Journal, 46 (4). pp. 27-33.
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Reviews some ways in which developments in biotechnology can be used to explore both biology and the social impact of this science on the wider community. Includes specific examples to help students explore the ramifications of biotechnology. Reviews approaches that can help teachers help students address social, ethical, and political issues related to developments in biotechnology.
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|Publisher:||Australian Science Teachers Association.|
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