Bioethics in Alodus Huxley’s
A Brave New World
Biology is the science of living things, but with the advancements in the fields of technology many moral questions raise the eyebrows of the biologists all over the world. It used to be simple, observing organisms under a microscope, no harm is done. Now biology has expanded into many fields, filled with mines of morals ready to explode.
The results of advancements are all around us
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