'Science's Masters'

Most important advances in science come with a set of ethical dilemmas, but researchers must be careful to remain "science's masters" and not "at its mercy," says the Guardian's John Harris. Research into how the brain works, for example, could one day lead to treatments for disease and brain damage, but could also lead to brain manipulation for nefarious purposes.

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