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Shaping the Future, Brainstorming, May 18, 1998, in Munich, Germany

Read more about the conference in the Research Group of the Global Future's Online Documentation.

19.05.1998 · Research Group of the Global Future

Munich's biotech industry is one of the strongest in Europe, so the CAP didn't have to go far afield to find world-class talent for a brainstorming session on the social and political implications of genetic technology. Our participants presented views on how the industry was likely to grow in the next two decades, along with longer-range ideas on the types of developments that society should expect from biotech.

Speakers at the brainstorming included Dr. Bernd Kirschbaum of Hoechst Marion Roussel's Center of Applied Genomics in Martinsried, Dr. Boris Steipe of the University of Munich's Genetic Research Center, and Dr. Reiner Anselm of the University of Munich's Institute for Systematic Theology. Dr. Paul Ulrich Unschuld of the Institute for the History of Medicine at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich provided particularly provocative cross-cultural commentary based on his extensive experience in China.

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