Volume 24 Issue 5
Volume 24 Issue 5
Forensic DNA
Aug-Sep 2011
Forensic DNA, the Liberator
By CRG staff - interview with Peter Neufeld, co-founder and co-director of the Innocence Project
The CSI Effect
By Robert A. Perry
Gene Patents v The Common Good
By CRG staff - Interview with Sandra Park, ACLU
Forensic Genetics: A Global Human Rights Challenge
By Jeremy Gruber
Twenty Years of DNA Databanks in the U.S.
By Sheldon Krimsky
The UK DNA Database: The Founder's Effect
By Helen Wallace
Next Generation Identification in Pakistan
By Bytes for All, Pakistan
Forensic DNA in Hong Kong and China
By Philip Beh
"Stop the DNA Collection Frenzy!": Expansion of Germany's DNA Database
By Susanne Schultz
Arguido or No: The Portuguese DNA Database
By Helena Machado
Overreaching DNA Policies in India
By Elonnai Hickok
Presumed Innocent? The Confused State of U.S. DNA Collection Laws
By Michael T. Risher
Can a DNA Dragnet Undermine an Investigation? A Case Study in Canada
By Micheal Vonn
Why DNA Is Not Enough
By Elizabeth Webster
CRG Leads Successful Campaign to Enact Landmark Genetic Nondiscrimination Law
By Jeremy Gruber
Rooted Resistance: Indian Farmers Stand Against Monsanto
By Mira Shiva
Editor's Note
By Samuel W. Anderson
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Created in 1999 by the Council for Responsible Genetics, the Safe Seed Pledge helps to connect non-GM seed sellers,distributors and traders to the growing market of concerned gardeners and agricultural consumers. The Pledge allows businesses and individuals to declare that they "do not knowingly buy, sell or trade genetically engineered seeds," thus assuring consumers of their commitment.
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The Gene Myths series features incisive, succinct articles by leading scientists disputing the exaggerations and misrepresentations of the power of genes.
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