Genetics stories, books, poems, and more

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Book / Science Fiction

August 19, 2017

Reads: 37

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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In a near future where genetic modification is the norm, Kashi, after several months of trial and error, escapes the research complex where she's been held for years on end. But of course things aren't that simple; Kashi is now faced with the task of reintegrating into a society she… Read More

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Comments: 1

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No salad is safe, once humankind tampers with the genetics of the humble lettuce.... Read More

Short Story / Humor

November 29, 2016

Reads: 40

Comments: 1

Shelves: 2

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Only the First Chapter is shown. To read the entire novel, please go to: Amazon, ebay, etc. Read More

Tags: dna, science, genetics

Short Story / Fantasy

August 11, 2016

Reads: 132

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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What is going to happen if we found our children turning against us, or being manipulated to turn into something unexpected by the powers we themselves allowed to take control of our lives? Will it be the end, or the beginning of the end? Read More
a short essay about beauty, factors and explanations as to why we percieve things as beautiful. I feel as if I havent explained myself very well in this essay, but I hope you may get the gist of what Im trying to get at. Read More

Reads: 196

Comments: 14

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Some traits are more valuable than others. Read More

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In the future, do to the awful effects of climate change, the population of the Earth was forced to move underground. Microbiology has improved to the point where genetically engineered creatures (including mixtures of the genes of different species) allows the creation of unique creatures who can be sent aboveground… Read More

Tags: genetics, clones

Book / Science Fiction

January 17, 2015

Reads: 582

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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Mine dives headfirst into the quaky territory of the ethics genetic engineering, and illustrates the conflict between the evil and beauty of it. Demonstrating the tension that can be caused between family, friends, and lovers, when something created by man is dropped into the equation. The main character Andrew struggles… Read More

Book / Science Fiction

September 11, 2014

Reads: 600

Comments: 9

Shelves: 1

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Inspired by the Maximum Ride series, Nyle and Nancy have escaped the terrible lab where they were imprisoned. Pursued by creatures resembling Jackals, they must escape using their superhuman speed Read More

Book / Fantasy

August 05, 2014

Reads: 140

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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Aaron had always heard of the experiments going on. He never thought he'd be the one, sent by the Governor, to retrieve them. Read More
Some times the most unlikely people are right in front of you, and safety can lie and numbers can dwindle, chapter two Red Night, how safe are you really? Read More

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Comments: 1

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The first book in the Magnum Opus series, telling the stories of the 3 males and 3 females that change the new human race forever. Read More

Book / Thrillers

August 16, 2013

Reads: 955

Comments: 18

Shelves: 1

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10 areas, each Area ruled by Secrecy, the Corporation with entire power over every living thing on the planet. Each area has their own Institution, a place of brainwashing and torture to those that defy Secrecy. But with every Dictatorship there are those that rebel. Astrid Kendra is just the… Read More

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Comments: 3

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Describe the process and perceptions of 'Designer babies'. (Please let me know if any information in this essay is incorrect and must be changed. The general description of the types of modern genetic engineering is loose, but this is in order to focus on the philosophy of the process rather… Read More

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Comments: 1

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Iris 2958 is a cog in a corporate machine. Part of a genetically-inferior class known as the 'Bases', Iris and her kind are exploited by the all-encompassing Tribe Corporation. After a chance encounter with a seemingly deranged young man, she finds herself cast out of the futuristic society she despises,… Read More
Daphne Torch is a genetically modified normal sixteen year old girl; who can raise the dead with a single thought. Alright, so maybe she's not as normal as I led you to believe. Daphne, Tyrone, and Cassidy are all fleeing an evil scientific organization that specializes in human experimentation. They… Read More

Book / Fan Fiction

July 23, 2012

Reads: 224

Shelves: 1

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For my first attempt at writing a fan fiction, I've chosen one of my favorite series: Scott Westerfield's amazing steampunk Leviathan trilogy. In this next-next-generation adventure, Deryn's granddaughter Kate has risen to become an extremely prominent boffin. But headstrong Kate has her own ideas about her country, and decides to… Read More
im not quite sure exactly where im going with this story just writing it as it pops into my headso please read it and let me know what you think Read More

Book / Thrillers

May 30, 2012

Reads: 66

Shelves: 1

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A Story about advanced human race. The name of the first chapter which is being posted now is The Incipiency. Read More

Reads: 111

Comments: 4

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Slight of hand? Trick of genetics? An Iris can be - well - bearded. Should you bend to peer deep within - surprise! See what's looking back at you! Happy the bee who only seeks the pollen and cares not for beards and such odd surprises... Read More

Book / Science Fiction

May 07, 2012

Reads: 160

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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A science-fiction fantasy about a man on the run from the people who killed his family, with just a glove with the power to reconstruct any DNA it analyses. Read More
"Not twins excatly, more like genetically engineered." And when one of them starts killing people, its up to the other one to stop her. Read More

Book / Science Fiction

January 04, 2012

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Comments: 402

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Completed. 13 Abducted Teenagers. Genetically Enhanced. One Deadly Experiment. And Only One Means of Escape. Being the last one standing. All rights reserved! --- Featured! :) Thank you Booksie! Tell me what you think! Thanks! ^^ WordSpeak If you like it, remember PLEASE click the LIKE button! THANKS! :] --- Read More
"Where are you taking me?" I asked, jostling the handle of the car door. My heart skipped a beat as I realized it was open. "Well," he turned around and spread his teeth at me, revealing a gold tooth. "Young Nicolette, we are taking you someplace where one would never… Read More

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Sector 13 is a small town in the desert. Habited by about 9 families, it is not the most important town out there. But what the people of sector 13 don't know is that they are being monitored, tested, genetically and physically, by an unseen eye. What they also don't… Read More
The world is changing. Most of it is concrete, with very little forestry left. Animals are becoming extinct. Scientists are testing animal genetics with fruit, other extinct species, and colors, usually only using dogs, foxes, and wolves. But when an earthquake hits, the animals escape. Can they survive, or will… Read More

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Comments: 1

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Max, an orphan from birth has his life changed. He's submitted into the S.T.A.L.K.E.R.S program where his future life will never be the same. Max has genetic experiments done to him to make him almost "Super-human" but when the government creates him wants to destroy him who do they send… Read More

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Comments: 4

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Michael Callahan a young genetic scientist discovered a genetic breakthrough on March 13, 1992. In a rare number of individuals there existed a unique combination of genes which when activated yielded a wide array of results. Masquerading as a child physician, Michael set off across the country searching for children… Read More

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