> -----Original Message-----
> From: Karl Schneider
> Sent: Thursday, May 20, 1999 1:05 PM
> To: NAL Users
> Subject: NPR (Diane Rehm) program on Agricultural Biotechnology
> Today at 10am there was a one-hour discussion and call-in program on
> Agricultural Biotechnology on the Diane Rehm show, from WAMU 88.5 FM. This
> will be rebroadcast tonight on WAMU at 9:00 pm.
> Callers' questions obviously can alter the range and scope of discussions.
> RealAudio versions of the program will be accessible from the site noted
> below, sometime later today, or by tomorrow, anyway.
> [Copied text from the page at: http://www.toad.net/~wamu/drhi.html
> "Today agricultural bioengineers working for seed companies are
> using technology to limit
> the way farmers work, including creating plant varieties
> that are sterile. American innovation
> isn't going over very well in Europe, where concerns about
> the long-term effects of
> consuming bioengineered fruits and vegetables has
> contributed to trade tensions.
> A panel talks about bioengineered plants and seeds: how safe
> they are and how they're
> changing American agriculture and trade.
> John Vidal, environmental editor for The Guardian
> Nina Fedoroff, director of the Life Sciences Consortium and
> Biotechnology Institute at
> Pennsylvania State University
> Margaret Mellon, Union of Concerned Scientists
> Enjoy ?? / !!
> - Karl
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