I have an attic with boxes of SftP stuff, I think maybe
including bound copies of that pamphlet. I am not offering to be a
mailing center for the stuff, but if anyone has ideas of what to do with
it, suggest. Jon
At 03:53 PM 4/6/2007, you wrote:
Thanks for the reference.
Thanks to Charlie for keeping it on file,
too. I see I had misremembered the authors of the essay. I
remember correctly that at least Rothenberg, Radinsky, & Meyers
involved in NUC.
Dept. of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
Harvard Medical School
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see my articles and book:
My book, a memoir: Making Genes,
Making Waves: A Social Activist in Science, Harvard University Press
Copies conformes ou copies
qu’on forme ? Sciences et Avenir Hors-Série #149,
Should we make a fuss? A case for
social responsibility in science. F. Huang and J.
Beckwith, Nature Biotechnology. 23:1479-1480 (2005).
Whither Human Behavioral
Genetics, J. Beckwith in
Behavioral Genetics: Ethics, Science, and Public
Conversation, eds. E. Parens, A. Chapman and N.
Press. Johns Hopkins University Press (2005)