Monthly Archives: August 2009

Unethical Corporate Control of Crop Research

This is the kind of story that could turn someone who is generally accepting of GM crops (like me) into a skeptic — if not a skeptic about the crops themselves, at very least a skeptic about the companies that … Continue reading

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The Biofuel Trilemma: Energy, Environment & Food

By John Lorinc, for the NY Times: The Food, Energy and Environment ‘Trilemma’ At the 2009 Bio World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology, held in Montreal last week, industry players and scientists found themselves pondering two seemingly contradictory concerns. One focused … Continue reading


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