|While a workable policy for modified organisms stays unresolved, scientists laud recent developments|
Biotech companies are dependent on federal approval to introduce new or genetically modified organisms. But regulation by individual agencies is only the last step in a long process involving these organisms. Two recent developments highlight both the issues remaining before such regulations can be laid down, and how hard it will be to find common ground.
The first is a draft...
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