Ralph Brave

Ralph Brave, a science writer based in Davis, California, is
currently on a fellowship at the Center for Genetics and Society. He has written on the human genome for the past six years, including articles in Salon, the Washington Post and the Baltimore Sun, and is working on a book on the subject.

Germline Warfare Germline Warfare

A most remarkable event occurred in the weeks preceding the June 2000 announcement of the completion of the first draft of the human genome DNA code: One of the leaders of the ...

Mar 20, 2003 / Books & the Arts / Ralph Brave

The Body Shop The Body Shop

There are those opposed to the use of cloning technology to create human embryos for stem-cell research whose concerns emanate from commitments to social justice. One of their arg...

Apr 4, 2002 / Books & the Arts / Ralph Brave

Governing the Genome Governing the Genome

Which genetic modifications should be encouraged and which outlawed?

Nov 21, 2001 / Feature / Ralph Brave