Human reproduction 1960-2000: Ten developments that changed the future of mankind
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Man differs in one major respect to all other species. Through evolution, man has gained the intellectual power to investigate the structure of DNA and the mechanisms whereby it regulates our very existence. Corporate DNA, as Griffith University, is now under new governance. This lecture will explore, albeit in brief, some of the great advances of the past forty years. It will reveal that some of the facts of life are closer to the substance of science fiction than many might wish to contemplate.
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