||Seminars on Science
Developed by the National Center for Science Literacy, Education,
and Technology of the American Museum of Natural History, New York
© 2002 American Museum of Natural History
Ellen V. Futter, President
Michael J. Novacek, Ph.D., Provost and Senior Vice President
AMNH Scientific Faculty:
Rob DeSalle Ph.D., Curator, Division of Invertebrate Zoology
Claudia Englbrecht, Ph.D.
AMNH Course Development and Production Team:
Myles Gordon, Vice President for Education
Rosamond Kinzler, Ph.D., Acting Director, National Center for Science Literacy, Education,
Maritza Macdonald, Ph.D., Director of Professional Development, Education
Francine Millman, Project Manager
Kristina Ransick, Senior Course Manager: Education
Mike Broom, Lead Course Researcher
Ellen Przybyla, Video Director and Producer
Ben Tudhope, Video Editor
David Randle, Education Specialist
Jaime Sperling, Course Researcher
Carl Mehling, Production Assistant
Brendan Phalan, Production Assistant
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Tom Baione, Educational Resource Manager
Steve Gano, Director of Technology
Matt Tarr, Technical Producer
Outside Web Site Production:
Sharon Mizota, Designer
Rita Crisafi, Web Producer & Designer
Martin Schwabacher, Writer and Editor
Michele Albright, Copy Editor
Rachel Woodruff, Copy Editor
Thanks to the following for abridged transcriptions of their lectures:
Arthur L. Caplan: Mapping Morality: The Rights and Wrongs of Genomics
Troy Duster: Social Side-Effects of the New Human Molecular Genetic Diagnostics
Eric Green: Sequencing the Human Genome: Elucidating Our Genetic Blueprint
Leroy Hood: After the Genome: Where Should We Go?
David J. Rothman: Redesigning the Self: The Promise and Perils of Genetic Enhancement
Barbara A. Schaal: Genomics, Biotechnology, and Agriculture
Special thanks to:
Daniela Calcagnotto, Ph.D.
Mary Ann Cutter, Ph.D.
Alex Greenwood, Ph.D.
Robert Hanner, Ph.D.
Arno and Barrett Klein
Howard Rosenbaum, Ph.D.
Patricia J. Wynne