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European biotechnology - scourge or saviour of the basic scientist?


, : European biotechnology - scourge or saviour of the basic scientist?. Trends in Biotechnology 12(7): 253-254

This article explores the dilemma facing governments and the scientific community on the role of science, particularly biotechnology, and how its public funding may be justified.

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