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Frankenstein in the 21st Century

Provides resources for research on Frankenstein and the novels relation to 21st century science and technology. If unsure where to start, or need help, please ask a librarian for help.

Introduction

What can Mary Shelley's classic, Frankenstein, teach us today? | Stanford  School of Engineering

For centuries, Frankenstein’s monster was nothing more than a horrific fantasy,... but with the dizzying pace of advances in genetic engineering, artificial intelligence, synthetic biology and other fields, some see the 200+-year-old novel as a cautionary tale for our times. - Dustin Quiroz, Cronkite News