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ArtikelMargaret Atwood  
Oleh: Louet, Sabine
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Nature Biotechnology: The Science and Business of Biotechnology vol. 23 no. 2 (Feb. 2005), page 163.
Topik: BIOTECHOLOGY; margaret atwood
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Isi artikelImagine a world in which biotech could satiate every human desire and correct every human imperfection. Margaret Atwood's latest novel paints a picture and it's not all that rosy. "It is not biotech that's dangerous" claims margaret atwood, her sparkly blue eyes betraying the intensity of her conviction. It is people's fears and desires. Her latest book, oryx and crake, paints a grim picture of the future in which a genetically engineered irus has devastated the world, leaving behind a nightmarish wasteland where insects proliferate and chimeric animals run amok. Atwood, a canadian author with more than 30 books of fiction, short stories, poetry and literary critiques to her credit, has created a chilling viison. Even the precatastrophic world in oryx and crake is vbleak, fixated on physical perfection and longevity, with economic and intellectual disparities reminiscent of our own. Biotech is the tool of the elite, who live in tightly protected compounds. Everyone else remains on the outside.
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