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Why laptop-sized DNA lab kit could revolutionize how children learn about genetics

Why laptop-sized DNA lab kit could revolutionize how children learn about genetics

Bethan Wolfenden | 
The Bento Lab is more a general DNA analysis device....[Y]ou could use it to look at your own genome and ...

Can genetically modified crops end hunger in Africa?

Elizabeth Shoo | 
The African Union declared 2014 the Year of Food Security. The plan is to eradicate hunger on the continent by ...

Boosting biofuels can mean less food for the poor

Irene Quaile | 
Original opening remarks by BEI Young Professionals member Olivette Burton. The bioethical principles of beneficence, justice, and non-malevolence were ...
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