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Frankenscience Websites

Turnitin.com

Turnitin.com  Your teacher will give you instructions to submit your paper.

Your paper and citations need to be in 1 file.  Make sure you have your FINAL version saved on your computer:

1) at school: should be saved in Student ID Number folder

Option: saved on flash drive

2) at home: should be saved on desktop or in documents folder and you know where it is.

MLA and Writing Websites

Noodletools: How do I cite . . . ?

Noodletools: Citation Builder: Under "Free Software Tools" Click on NOODLEBIB EXPRESS - Answer questions about your sources, get a completed citation!

MLA Handbook Online  login email: mmitchell@ssfusd.org  p/w: library09 (zero, nine)

OWL at Perdue: Online Writing Lab - MLA Formatting and Style Guide 2009

Ms. Mitchell has a copy of the 7th Edition 2009 MLA Handbook if you have questions about style, formatting, and citations.

You can check out the 6th Edition MLA Handbook, and use the MLA website for the latest changes.

Genetic Engineering

Stem Cells

How Stem Cells Work and the Research Controversy
http://science.howstuffworks.com/cellular-microscopic-biology/stem-cell.htm
 

Stem Cells on the NewScientist website
http://www.newscientist.com/topic/stem-cells

 

Ethics

Social Criticism Review Website - look for Heading:
"From genetic engineering to eugenics: many small rights make a big wrong"
Scroll more than halfway down the page to find it!
 

Ethics Website set up by a professor at SFSU
Sections on Genetic Engineering, Nanotechnology and Cloning
 

American Medical Association Code of Ethics
Search on your topic, such as "cloning" to see Opinions
 

Cosmetic Surgery

American Society of Plastic Surgeons Website
Remember to look for bias - are they going to have information about Plastic Surgery gone wrong?
 

Medline:  from the National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of Health
Possibly more balanced information as there is no direct financial benefit