This course studies how bioart blurs distinctions between science and art through the combination of artistic and scientific processes, creating wide public debate. It explores the history of biotechnology as well as social implications of this science.
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This class, for me, represented a journey of discovery about the world. Having a background in science, I’ve become quite familiar with topics like genetic editing and climate change. However, I’ve never considered the beauty of scientific investigation. With every question or experiment, we venture further into the natural world. We thus have a responsibility, as scientists, to respect and protect this world and its innate beauty.


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