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Speed up roll-out of GM crops, says British prime minister

Christopher Hope | Telegraph | 
Source – The Telegraph (UK) By Christopher Hope Date – Dec 10, 2012 Website – www.telegraph.co.uk European Union bureaucrats are ...
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UK food minister backs GM crops

James Kirkup, Robert Winnett | Telegraph | 
Telegraph.co.ukFood minister Owen Paterson backs GM cropsTelegraph.co.ukThe Coalition has so far allowed small-scale cultivation trials for GM food but its ...
Ethical implications of genetic screening: How far can we go?

Ethical implications of genetic screening: How far can we go?

Tom Chivers | Telegraph | 
Julian Savulescu, a professor of ethics at Oxford, has argued that we should be free to design our children's personality ...
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Is IQ in the genes? The PC hypocrisy of intelligence studies.

Michael Hanlon | Telegraph | 
In his new book, the brilliant psychologist James Flynn, of Otago University in New Zealand, has revealed that, for the ...

Science Minister: more focus needed on agricultural research, including GM

Nick Collins | Telegraph | 
Britain must place a renewed focus on agricultural research including GM projects, or risk falling behind other countries like Brazil, ...

Stem cells used to repair damaged eyes in world-first Aussie trial

Telegraph | 
A medical breakthrough by Australian scientists has shown how sheets of stem cells grown on contact lenses can repair damaged ...

Britain’s Green Party promotes anti-science zealotry

Tom Chivers | Telegraph | 
This is one of those agonised posts. I actually like the Green Party. My dad used to be, and may ...

Professor argues that people will starve to death because of anti-GM zealotry

Malcolm Elliot | Telegraph | 
In 1968 Paul Ehrlich wrote in his book The Population Bomb that “mass starvation” due to “burgeoning population growth” was ...
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