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Human Pheromones / Biotechnology Survey

Guests: Charles Greer Professor, Neuroscience Department of Neurosurgery and Neurobiology Yale University New Haven, Connecticut Arthur Caplan Bioethicist University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Susanna Hornig Priest Assistant Professor, Journalism Texas A&M University College Station, Texas Do you think the human genome project will improve your quality of life? Should we be cloning animals? How about genetically altering plants? In this hour we'll take a look at a new survey of Americans' attitudes towards biotechnology. Plus, researchers have found new evidence that pheromones are at work in humans. Does the nose know more than we think?

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