Biotechnology and Food Systems in Developing Countries
Date: 5/21/2003; 28 minutes

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The potential of biotechnology to improve the condition of human life in developing countries is gaining credence. Robert Timmer, Ph.D. discusses how biotechnology could impact the economies of developing countries in terms of raising agricultural production while bringing benefits to healthcare, industry and environment. (#7326)

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