Is it appropriate to use emerging synthetic
genomic engineering technology to build new forms of “life”? Should
genetic engineering techniques and processes be used in agriculture?
These were some of the issues debated by Brahma Tech students at
Diamond Bar High last week. The great debate was part of a week of
competition for the Technology Student Association.
The Brahmas recently became the first high school in California to
join the national organization, according to technology teacher Alina
More than 150,000 middle and high school students throughout America
belong to the association. Members learn about technology through
competitions, events and conferences.
Read more in Rich Irwin’s story TECH.