Genetic Engineering
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abdi T

Camas, WA

#43 Nov 4, 2009
you now they are triying to make a new spices. that is not based on DNA, rather on PNA(Polynucilc acid)(?)
Vivek Golikeri

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#44 Nov 10, 2009
chavel wrote:
what are the benifits of having genetic engineering on your crops, babies, and every thing else
You can remove genetic defects, and improve the quality of the strain. I see nothing necessarily wrong with genetic engineering so long as it is used wisely and carefully. Don't give me that "tinkering with God's creation" hooey. Humans have been doing exactly that for thousands of years by selective breeding. Genetic engineering would merely speed up that breeding.

Indeed, an entire species owes its very existence to selective breeding. There are really no prehistoric dogs. You had prehistoric horses and donkeys, but dogs began as domesticated wolves. If anyone considers g.e. to be "against God," they are hypocrites if they own and love a pet doggie.

Polska, Poland

#45 Nov 12, 2009
genetic engineering isnt a good idea and research, because we can destroy our natural mankind so we should strongly disagree and do not be a supporters. lets think, how healthy is eating modifitied food? and have 'clones'?

Thane, India

#46 Feb 27, 2010
shekhar thapa

Kathmandu, Nepal

#48 Jun 1, 2010
I have developed a strong desire to study genetic engineering but it is not possible in Nepal. I want to know about carer options after studying it. Moreover i want ti know where it is best to study it. HELP ME PLEASE.
Simon H

Blue Bell, PA

#49 Jul 20, 2010
Personally I'm pro-genetic engineering.

I don't have an interest in it for personal gain though. More from a survivability viewpoint. The conditions on this planet will not remain so indefinately. To development of new species and changes to allow survival on other worlds, as a means to aid the continuation of intelligent life would seem to be a far more noble goal to me.

Thumbs up to our future children ;op

This sort of research sounds about as extreme as it gets. There may be numerous benefits on the way, but in the event we do one day manage to populate a new world, lets hope they are less divided and destructive as so many of us...

Kathmandu, Nepal

#52 Dec 18, 2010
well i dont know a lot about genetic engineering except that the fact that it is trending now. i am not against this subject beacause as someone earlier said hybridization and cloning forms that are inseparable part of science so we have to live with it. we are not able to find if life exists in other planets or not or the forms of life outside earth and it seems quite impossible so we must do what we can from life within us and may be having idea of doing this is natures new way of evolution. we must be clear that all of us are controlled by the nature and some vital force. even though vital force theory is rejected we all know we believe in god how much ever we try not to. so may b genetic engineering is a new way of doing things by people via nature in originating new life.
i am nepali so not much idea about it may be foreigners who read this can give us ideas about this topic.
pratigya bashyal


#53 Apr 12, 2011
i wanna study genitic engineering but i am from middle class family so i think they can't affort this..does study of gegetic is expansive in nepal
pratigya bashyal


#54 Apr 12, 2011
i am just slc appeared student from paramount boarding school.and i am nepali .i was willing to be successful genetic engineer in future so what i have to do for my further study .does it is possible in nepal

Karachi, Pakistan

#55 Apr 25, 2011
i wanna some thing saying about genetic engineering.its beneficial for the rapdly growing human beings...but same way some ethical issue are interrpt or blocked its benifits for example human and animals both's living style are diffrent that how can we say that human beings are modrate picture of monkey or champazi.....b/c if we count the earth' life that is not equal to the making the proccess of champnzi or monkey to human being...if seeing the last work of plant breeding that was first plant breeding occur in banana's tree in feroun's time .....
faryal tahir

Hyderabad, Pakistan

#56 Jun 1, 2011
we cant deny the fact that to meet the challenges of present age we need a great revolution i think genetic engineering provides us most useful aspects,we should not curse it its doing miraculous job personaly m very interested bt limits and ethics should be followed by students
faryal tahir

Hyderabad, Pakistan

#57 Jun 1, 2011
plz tel me how can we study genetic engineering best whats the criteria nd institutions abroad or in pakistan nd about study expenses
barsha kc

Kathmandu, Nepal

#58 Jun 28, 2011
I am from small country Nepal...I am in class 12..after 12 i am thinking to do genetic engineering..but i really do not know much about its scope and where is it taught?? i am expecting you would help me...

Biratnagar, Nepal

#59 Feb 20, 2012
i am also a nepalese guy wishing to study genetic engineering.bbut i have no clue were in germany to study.HELP!! [email protected]

Kathmandu, Nepal

#60 Oct 19, 2013
hi i m from nepal n want to pursue a career in genetic engineer but in my country there is no knowledge of this can anyone please help me out...i want to continue my studies in norway cuz it is an awesome place but there is no norwagean embassy in my country.....anyone who can help me please send the info to...

[email protected]

thx a lot.....

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