Volume 26 Issue 1-5
Volume 26 Issue 5
DNA Barcoding: The Quiet Revolution
Nov-Dec 2013
President's Note
By Jeremy Gruber
Science, Plain and Beautiful
By Rob DeSalle
Citizen Science
By Ellen Jorgensen
DNA Barcoding Ready for Breakout
By Mark Stoeckle
What's the Holdup?
By Peter Christey
The Barcode of Wildlife Project
By David Schindel
Identifying Commercial Seafood
By Jonathan Deeds
Foiling Poachers With DNA Barcoding
By Jacques du Toit
Monitoring Animal Products and Feeds With DNA Barcoding
By CRG staff - interview with Haile Yancy
Uncovering Herbal Fraud With DNA Barcoding
By CRG Staff
Measuring the Health of Aquatic Ecosystems With DNA Barcoding
By Erik Pilgrim
In Memoriam: Adrienne Asch
Volume 26 Issue 4
Religion & Genetics
Aug-Oct 2013
Muslim Bioethics, Official and Unofficial
By CRG staff - Interview with Sherine Hamdy
Tell Me a Story: Genomics vs. Indigenous Origin Narratives
By Kim TallBear
Wanton Misconduct
By Becky McClain
The Evolution of Religiosity
By David P. Barash
A Complicated Inheritance
By CRG staff - Interview with Harold Cross
Delicate Decisions
By Ellen Painter Dollar
Is Genetics a Religion?
By Kenneth Weiss, Anne Buchanan
Religion and Genetics: An Inextricable Link
By Amy Mueller, Michael A. Grodin
Sharing Decision Making (Without Sharing a Religion)
By Joseph B. Fanning
Bringing the 'Lost Tribes' Home
By Paul S. Appelbaum, Diana Muir Appelbaum
Bad Science: Genetics, as Misread by Creationism
By Glenn Branch
Can Faith Broaden Reason?
By Robert Pollack
Editor's Note
By Samuel W. Anderson
Volume 26 Issue 2-3
Genetics Education
May-Jul 2013
Scientific Americans
By CRG staff - interview with Michael Dougherty
Becoming Mr. Proficient: Junior High Genetics
By Vani Kilakkathi
AMP v. Myriad: Preliminary Reflections
By Tania Simoncelli
Ruling to Overturn Human Gene Patents Is a Huge Win for Women’s Health
By Karuna Jaggar
Teaching Social Justice in Science
By Morgan Thompson, Benjamin T. Morris, Jon Beckwith
Changing the Subject: Educating Research Participants
By CRG staff - interview with George Church
Genomic Tools for Clinicians
By Paul Billings, Sara Riordan, Bedir Shather, Elissa Levin
The Genomics Education Imperative
By Douglas L. Brutlag
Defying Determinism with Healthy Living
By Martha Herbert
"Why Do I Need to Know This Stuff?"
By Ann Zeeh
The Big Picture, for Young Minds
By Stacey Wickware
Bringing Science Out of the Clouds
By Rob DeSalle, Yael Wyner
High School Bioethics
By Eran DeSilva
A Lesson in Race, Genes, and IQ
By Peter Taylor
Communicating Complexity
By CRG staff - interview with Vence Bonham
What You Know That Just Ain't So
By Donna Dickenson
Incidental Findings and Informed Consent
By CRG staff - interview with George Annas
Fertility Cynics
By Miriam Zoll
"Democratizing Creation" with Glowing Plants
By Pete Shanks
Update: Supreme Court Allows the Taking of DNA Upon Arrest
By Jeremy Gruber
Editor's Note
By Samuel W. Anderson
Volume 26 Issue 1
Genetics in Agriculture
Jan-Mar 2013
The Living Legacy
By CRG staff - interview with John Torgrimson
Patented Seeds vs. Free Inquiry
By Martha L. Crouch
Creatures Great and Small
By CRG staff - interview with Sarah Bowley
The Safe Seed Initiative
By CRG Staff
Food, Made From Scratch
By Eric Hoffman
Bill's Excellent African Adventure: A Tale of Technocratic Agroindustrial Philanthrocapitalism
By Phil Bereano
Ag Biotech Policy: 2012 in Review
By Colin O'Neil
In the Bullpen: Livestock Cloning
By Jaydee Hanson
GMO Labeling: What's Next?
By CRG Staff
Agricultural Technologies for a Warming World
By Lim Li Ching
The State of the Science
By Stuart Newman
By Sheldon Krimsky, with Gilles-Eric Séralini, Robin Mesnage, and Benoît Bernay
Life, the Remix
By Martin Dagoberto
Book Review: Race in a Bottle
By Lundy Braun
CRG Founder Debates Human Genetic Engineering on NPR, PBS
By CRG Staff
Topic Update: Gene Patents
By CRG Staff
Editor's Note: The Modern Chicken's Family Tree
By Samuel W. Anderson
Search: GeneWatch
The Council for Responsible Genetics’ Genetic Privacy Manual: Understanding the Threats- Understanding Your Rights will be a comprehensive, electronic source of information for the consumer on these issues.
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Rapid developments in biotechnology over the last two decades have enabled corporations and scientists to alter nature's handiwork for commercial profit. The patent, a tool originally created to insure that inventors could share in the financial returns and benefits deriving from the use of their nventions, has become the primary mechanism through which the private sector advances its claims to ownership over genes, proteins, and entire organisms.
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