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  1. Question 2 By Elijah Javier and Michael Page

  2. Who Are Stanley Cohen And Herbert Boyer? Herbert Stanley Born and raised in western Pennsylvania, Boyer attended St. Vincent’s College in Latrobe, where he enrolled in premedical studies. He helped in solving the next landmark in the development of modern biotechnology. A native of Perth Amboy, New Jersey, Cohen received his undergraduate education at Rutgers University and then proceeded to the University of Pennsylvania for an M.D. After completing his medical education, he began a full-time career in medical research and teaching at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York.

  3. Their roles • Their object/goal was to find out what genes are present on plasmids and how they are arranged? • The first success of the Boyer-Cohen collaboration occurred in spring 1973

  4. Asilomar Conference/Conclusion • The Asilomar Conference on Recombinant DNA was an influential conference organized by Paul Berg to discuss the potential biohazards and regulation of biotechnology. • Little real restrictions have been placed on the research. And in the long term more importantly, scientists showed to the public that they were concerned about the issues. • The government became involved in regulating the research. • The conference helped to humanize science and scientists because this was the first time that research was halted by scientists themselves until the potential hazards could be assessed.