X-Men Collection (X-Men and X2) (2000)
Producer: Twentieth Century Fox
Unusual children born with a twist or X-factor in their genetic code are able to perform extraordinary feats. The plot raises questions related to the treatment of persons with altered genetic code and the relationship between "normal" and "mutant" persons.
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Producer: Charlie Rose Show, Alan Weisan, Executive Producer (2000-06)Part I, June 19, 2000, Show No. 2707. "Craig Venter Predicts Celera Won't Become Drug Company." Participants: Dr. J. Craig Venter, President, Chief Science Officer, Celera Genomics; Marshall Peterson, Vice-President, ...
Does God Care How We Make Babies? Ethical Concerns about Reproductive Choices, Cloning and Abortion. A Live Satellite Teleconference, April 25, 2000 (2000) Producer: EcuFilm (2000-04-25)These two tapes contain four unedited 45-minute segments from the April 25, 2000 teleconference, "Does God Care How We Make Babies? Ethical Concerns about Reproductive Choices, Cloning, and Abortion." Issues addressed ...
Producer: The Chedd-Angier Production Company, Inc. (2000)"[Alan] Alda meets some of the brightest gene-hunting scientists today, including Nobelist Jim Watson, the Human Genome Project's Eric Lander and developmental geneticist Nancy Hopkins. He also examines a controversial ...