The recently released poll from the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press puts light to an interesting dichotomy between scientists and the general public.
If you have often wondered whether...
You know you've been there. That one super productive post-doc who breezed into and out of your lab in two years is now gone, and you realize you need one of the constructs she made. You know there's a tube...
From about the time our ancestors traded the nomadic lifestyle for more urban settings, agriculture has been important.
It's no coincidence either --- selective breeding and domestication of crops made...
In research relating to molecular biology, it is common for animal models of disease to be used, especially in projects directed towards making biomedical discoveries and breakthroughs. So I find it very important to occasionally read about and blog against animal rightsâ€™ terrorists.
Stem Cell Century: The Law of a Controversial Science
Russell Korobkinâ€™s book Stem Cell Century: Law and Policy for a Breakthrough Technology is the first book to address not just embryo destruction but the full range of important policy questions raised by stem cell research and regenerative medicine.
After some of the blog posts that I've written on animal rights' extremists and violence against animal researchers, there's now a review of a most appropriate book on the topic available in Science -...
Pamela Ronald has an article up for anyone interested in the pro's and con's of genetically engineered or genetically modified crops. In 10 Things About GE Crops to Scratch from your Worry List, there are brief but succinct explanations of why common arguments against GE crops are without merit.
Last Thursday's post on the animal rights firebombing in Santa Cruz earned me a couple outraged comments, so I suppose I did something right. I'm not too concerned with what they think, but they're comments reflect what I was saying.
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