A review of Jennifer Thomson’s book “GM Crops and the Global Divide” (CSIRO Publishing, 2020) by Kathleen L. Hefferon and Henry I. Miller Jennifer Thomson’s excellent new book, “GM Crops and
In the September 2019 issue of Nature Biotechnology, a collective of scientists mostly from Insilico Medicine, led by Alex Zhavoronkov, CEO and founder of the company, published a landmark article.
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