We need to be concerned about the important relationships between citizen groups, federal researchers and policymakers, and scholars and donors. We need to keep old strategies available to all, such as students who will think of new applications for them, or for corporate sponsors. We need to keep old solutions, as well as old problems, available, to recognize creativity both at the lab bench and in the field, and to reward innovation, both material and magical.
Agricutural biotechnology; public good; deloping nations; technology transfer; government regulation; global population;
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