How does Frankenstein challenge the morality and ethics of an experiment taking place and the experimenter itself? Explain how science is used to discover new information and processes (did Frankenstein obtain these differently?). As well, describe whether all discoveries are beneficial to humankind, and how in modern day research, there are checks and balances to what type of experiments are attempted. What consequences exist when conducting scientific experiments? Are ethics and morality central to doing science? Would Frankenstein’s experiment been different if any of these principles were applied? Research and use two current examples of scientific frontiers (genetic engineering, tissue engineering, transplantation, artificial intelligence, robotics, bioelectronics, virtual reality, etc – just to name a few) that could affect who we are as humans to support and elucidate your view.