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God and the machines

RE teachers should take the lead on cross-curricular days to explore the ethical implications of scientific advances. Professor Mary Ratcliffe, of Southampton university, said that scientists and humanities teachers should work together to teach pupils about the moral implications of controversial technologies in fields such as genetics.

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