Life Science

Drug Farms Forced Underground

Drug Farms Forced Underground I hope this helps you with your Homework David. Researchers who want to grow genetically modified plants that contain pharmaceutical drugs are being forced underground — literally. Environmental activists and regulatory agencies have not looked favorably upon “pharming” projects. They don’t trust that the transgenic plants, crops with foreign DNA added to their genome, won’t contaminate ...

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Life Science CRM in the First-Person (7 of 7)

At last the final installment of The Report I’ve been expelling for weeks. This one’s about my exerience meeting figues from the life science industry. It’s also about CRM because I think it’s the way to go to engage the industry (We committed to becoming a constituent-focused organization, right?), and I think we need to engage the industry to stay ...

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The Life Sciences as a Constituent Community (6 of…)

Okay, this one is pretty rough, but I don’t have time to tune it now.

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Life Sciences in California (5 of…)

At last another segment about the life sciences industry done. This one is California-centric because that’s where I work and where I have been allowed to explore.

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