Stem cells and God

Stem cells and God

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Caption: Stem cells and God. Conceptual computer artwork showing enlarged cells in a petri dish, with a representation of God from Michelangelo's painting The Creation of Adam. God has a double helix of DNA swirling around his arm, touching a cell in the dish. This may represent the role of religious ethics in stem cell research, in vitro fertilisation and human cloning. It could also show the audacious role of man 'playing God' in genetic research and manipulation.

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