Monthly Archives: June 2013

“Warm Heart Malawi” – part of Monsanitising the planet by stealth?

In the “i” today a letter which caught my eye: “GM crops help poor farmers “Our experience as a charity working in Malawi has led me to question the simplistic anti-GM stance common in the rich west, “Malawi is the … Continue reading

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Weep, Rosalind, weep.

Happy is the life of a scientist Radio 4’s careerist section had another world record breaking, truly astounding performer celebrating yet again that if you career ahead in career format and put in the hours developing your career in the … Continue reading

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