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India special: Embracing GM crops 19.2.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Some believe that genetically modified crops can go a long way towards tackling hunger in the developing world - some say they have no choice
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Editorial: The temptation of edible vaccines 19.2.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
While producing vaccines in GM crops looks good on paper, the reality presents too many risks - scientists are right to seek alternatives
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Potato-based vaccine success comes too late 15.2.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A genetically modified potato that produces a hepatitis vaccine shows its first success in humans - but the research has since been abandoned
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Potato-based vaccine success comes too late 15.2.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A genetically modified potato that produces a hepatitis vaccine shows its first success in humans - but the research has since been abandoned
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Potato-based vaccine success comes too late 15.2.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A genetically modified potato that produces a hepatitis vaccine shows its first success in humans - but the research has since been abandoned
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Potato-based vaccine success comes too late 15.2.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A genetically modified potato that produces a hepatitis vaccine shows its first success in humans - but the research has since been abandoned
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Potato-based vaccine success comes too late 15.2.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A genetically modified potato that produces a hepatitis vaccine shows its first success in humans - but the research has since been abandoned
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Potato-based vaccine success comes too late 15.2.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A genetically modified potato that produces a hepatitis vaccine shows its first success in humans - but the research has since been abandoned
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Potato-based vaccine success comes too late 15.2.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A genetically modified potato that produces a hepatitis vaccine shows its first success in humans - but the research has since been abandoned
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Biotech companies enjoy global growth in GM crops 22.1.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
While much of Europe resists the introduction of genetically modified crops, elsewhere in the world their usage is increasing significantly
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Biotech companies enjoy global growth in GM crops 22.1.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
While much of Europe resists the introduction of genetically modified crops, elsewhere in the world their usage is increasing significantly
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Biotech companies enjoy global growth in GM crops 22.1.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
While much of Europe resists the introduction of genetically modified crops, elsewhere in the world their usage is increasing significantly
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Biotech companies enjoy global growth in GM crops 22.1.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
While much of Europe resists the introduction of genetically modified crops, elsewhere in the world their usage is increasing significantly
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Biotech companies enjoy global growth in GM crops 22.1.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
While much of Europe resists the introduction of genetically modified crops, elsewhere in the world their usage is increasing significantly
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Biotech companies enjoy global growth in GM crops 22.1.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
While much of Europe resists the introduction of genetically modified crops, elsewhere in the world their usage is increasing significantly
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Biotech companies enjoy global growth in GM crops 22.1.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
While much of Europe resists the introduction of genetically modified crops, elsewhere in the world their usage is increasing significantly
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Sewage bug surrenders toxic clean-up secrets 15.1.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
GM bacteria for cleaning up contaminated soil may be closer with the publication of a sewage-dwelling bug's genome sequence
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Sewage bug surrenders toxic clean-up secrets 15.1.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
GM bacteria for cleaning up contaminated soil may be closer with the publication of a sewage-dwelling bug's genome sequence
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Environmental information laws slipped quietly into place 8.1.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Introduced with very little fanfare, new UK regulations mean more public access to key information
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GM cow milked for human growth hormone 8.1.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The genetically modified Jersey cow produces so much of the hormone that just 15 cows like her could meet the current world supply
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