In the New York Review of Books, Freeman Dyson writes an essay that you should not only read, but print out and go back to when things aren't going well. It's an optimistic piece in which Dyson says, "I predict that the domestication of biotechnology will dominate our lives during the next fifty years at least as much as the domestication of computers has dominated our lives during the previous fifty years." Dyson says this domestication will be critical in getting public acceptance of biotech, which now receives the kind of general suspicion that computers once did.
Hey, Maybe We've Found a Spokesman
Jul 04, 2007