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Marc Saner

Should genetic privacy exist in agriculture?

Opinion | BY MARC SANER | September 26, 2018
It is conceivable that our personal genomes contain traits that inform on antibiotic resistance or the propensity to spread a plague. Such information would be of great public interest and it would be good to have more thought and debate under our collective belts, should this possibility become reality, writes Marc Saner.   Image courtesy of Wikipedia
Opinion | BY MARC SANER | September 26, 2018
Opinion | BY MARC SANER | September 26, 2018
It is conceivable that our personal genomes contain traits that inform on antibiotic resistance or the propensity to spread a plague. Such information would be of great public interest and it would be good to have more thought and debate under our collective belts, should this possibility become reality, writes Marc Saner.   Image courtesy of Wikipedia
Opinion | BY MARC SANER | September 20, 2017
Sound arguments can be made both for and against the diffusion of modern biotechnologies, writes Prof. Marc Saner. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY MARC SANER | September 20, 2017
Opinion | BY MARC SANER | September 20, 2017
Sound arguments can be made both for and against the diffusion of modern biotechnologies, writes Prof. Marc Saner. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia