What is storytelling?
Stories in the past and present
What does this have to do with science?
Reciprocal affects on each other
Effects of Science Fiction films on interest is science
Public understanding increases
Genetics in Story
“Jekyll and Hyde”
Daedalus and the Minotaur
Haldane, J.B.S. "DAEDALUS or Science and the Future." Heretics, Cambridge. Cambridge University, Cambridge, England, U.K.. 4 Feb 1923. Reading.
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