Monthly Archives: December 2001

2002 Biotechnology Predictions Highlighted

Dennis T. Avery WASHINGTON, DC – I confidently predict that the world’s intense debate about genetic engineering will continue in 2002. My top twelve predictions on biotech: Genetic engineering will be praised in the New Year for providing a potential … Continue reading

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Two Nobel Peace Prize Winners Urge Food Abundance

Dennis T. Avery WASHINGTON, DC – As the world tries to celebrate peace despite another strife-torn holiday season, two Nobel Peace Prize winners are pleading for high-yield food production to help relieve Third World poverty and land shortages. Oscar Arias, … Continue reading

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Is Chinese History The Best Argument For Freer Trade?

Dennis T. Avery WASHINGTON, DC – There once was a country so high-tech, so rich and so powerful that it didn’t need international trade. It had everything it wanted at home, so it closed its borders. That nation was 12th … Continue reading

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A Bioterrorist Caught-But Not Punished

Dennis T. Avery WASHINGTON, DC-A bioterrorist has been caught. An American scientist who terrified the U.S. public, hoodwinked the scientific press, and panicked the congress has been found out. The Federal Office of Research Integrity just ruled that Steven R. … Continue reading

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Can Bush Turn Treasury Raid Into Long-Term Farm Solution?

Dennis T. Avery WASHINGTON, DC – President Bush is taking a big gamble on farm policy: He’s agreed to accept a new Congressional farm bill that boosts farm subsidies by $73.5 billion over the next few years—supposedly in return for … Continue reading

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