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Scientists examine the issues of Frankenstein

Mary Shelley's novel "Frankenstein" isn't just about a scary monster with neck bolts and a Caesar haircut. That's the Boris Karloff version of the story.

Some of the more profound issues raised by Shelley's book are the subject of a panel discussion at the Ohio State University titled "how much is too much? science, ethics, and Frankenstein".

WOSU science reporter Carolyn Gramling considers Frankenstein, cloning, and the meaning of life in a special two part series. Click on the listen link to hear the report.