Challenging Nature
published by Ecco/Harper Collins, 2006
Professor of molecular biology and public policy in the Woodrow Wilson school of Public & International Affairs at Princeton University
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 Playing God: Life 2.0. Newsweek International, July 4, 2007.
 Therapeutic Potential of Embryonic stem cells: hype flows both ways (American Council on Science & Health), November 1, 2006
Human-animal chimeras: from mythology to biotechnology.Newsweek International, July 31, 2006.
The environment's best friend: GM or organic?New York Academy of Sciences magazine, May-June 2006.
What's the difference between an embryo and a stem cell? Scientifically-speaking, nothing. The Washington Post (Sunday Outlook Section): August 19, 2001
What are clones? They're not what you think they are. Nature: July 5, 2001
Future Stories of Human Evolution. (pdf) In the Engelsberg Seminars, 2005.
Evolution and the Future of Humankind. In Evolution: The history and future of human life, E. P. Fischer, and K. Wiegandt, eds. (Berlin, Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag), pp. 324-337. (2003). (pdf)
Brave New World Dawning: Commentary published by Project Syndicate: An association of World Newspapers (August 2002)
Map of Life The Sunday New York Times Book Review: February 27, 2000
The Reproducers The Sunday New York Times Book Review: July 8, 2001
Reprogenetics: Third Millennium speculation The consequences for humanity when reproductive biology and genetics are combined. (pdf) EMBO Reports 1: 375-378 (2000)
Can you make my kid smarter?: A dispatch from the frontiers of 21st century genetics. Time, November 8, 1999 Special Issue, Beyond 2000: Your Body, our Planet.
A Sheep and a MetaphorScience: February 25, 2000
Who owns the human genome? The New York Times (Op-Ed): March 16, 2000
Fertility for saleThe New York Times (brief Op-Ed) : March 4, 1998
Genetics goes to HollywoodNature Genetics: November 17, 1997
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