The 100th Generation by Nat Schachner:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Somewhat labored tale in which a scientist plans to propagate a whole new race of men "under strict laboratory conditions" in which the "dream of every eugenist of the past century is about to take shape".

The experiment goes somewhat awry. Select an invention:

Mutant
A new organism resulting from an alteration in the DNA sequence of its genome or chromosome.

 

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Meltz Neurorehabilitation Robotic Hand
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T. Gondii And The Leaders Of The Pack
re: Larry Niven
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'Parastronaut' First Astronaut With Disability From ESA (Updated!)
re: Robert Heinlein
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MIT Self-Assembling Reprogrammable Materials
re: Abraham Merritt
(11/11/2022)

Mem, The All-Your-Memories, Super Note-Taking App
re: Robert Heinlein
(11/9/2022)

Porcine Fat Cells For 3D-Printed Whole Pork Products
re: Robert Heinlein
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LANIUS Loitering Drone Munition Scouts And Maps
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Copilot Software AI Training Sued By Involuntary Contributors
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(11/3/2022)

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re: Robert Heinlein
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