It is without a doubt that scientific innovation, and even science as a whole, has drastically changed the way we as a species live and interact with the universe. Sometimes however, science can change society in a negative way rather than a positive way. Some science goes against human morality and human values, which is needed to progress in human development. Without human values and morals, the human race as we know it may in fact crumble. Science is not an evil that tears the fabric of human life apart, however there are some innovation that go against basic human principles that keep society balanced.
For example, stem cell research shows great strides in scientific evolution and can benefit those with illnesses. However, its research involves the destruction of embryonic fetuses which ultimately cheats a fetus out of a chance of life. This goes against religious and even basic human morals, the killing of another “human being”. Scientific innovations without a doubt are the cornerstone to our evolution and existence as the intelligent species that we are, but they can also have very questionable research method that may go against human morality. Bioethics also play a big role in how careful science must be to protect human morality and not to disturb that balance.
Science innovations is something that never stops growing, bioethics on the other hand is always behind science. For example, a scientist may come across a ground-breaking experiment that totally goes against human morality. Bioethics will step in and try and figure and solve ways to compromise by having morals intact while keeping this experiment underway. By the time bioethics has a plan to compromise, science has already moved on to bigger and better things, sometimes the exact same experiment. Bioethics and human moral also regulate some experiments and sometimes finds a way to terminate the research all together.
Stem cell research is by far the most innovative, complex and...