Companies utilising nanotechnology can learn from the mistakes of the past, argues Hilary Sutcliffe

In Australia there appears to be a growing backlash from scientists and farmers against a recent Greenpeace campaign trashing genetically modified (GM) crops.

The green group have been accused of jeopardising lives by interrupting valuable research into disease resistant plants.

Mark Lynas’ controversial book ‘http://www.amazon.co.uk/God-Species-Planet-Survive-Humans/dp/000731342X">The God Species’ has...

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