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Stranger than Fiction

October 31, 2014 • Posted in Blog

D. Joy Riley, M.D., M.A.

In the Garden of Beasts by Erik Larson had been on my shelf for some time before I summoned the courage to begin reading it. It is about William E. Dodd, a history professor from Chicago, who was appointed by President Roosevelt in 1933 to be America’s ambassador to Germany. The personalities and politics of many in the Third Reich as well as those in the diplomatic corps, and the Dodd family in particular, are paraded before the reader. Occasionally dropped into the narrative are laws that appear incidental to the story, but in truth provide more

The future of patents on embryonic stem cells in Europe: The case Brustle v. Greenpeace eV

November 28, 2011 • Posted in Atlas

From the European Centre for Law, Science, and New Technologies

Virulent E. Coli Strain Spreads in Germany and Puzzles Health Officials — New York Times

June 2, 2011 • Posted in Atlas

Rare Syndrome Aided by Stem-Cell Gene Therapy — medpage Today

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Quo of Nanotechnology in Germany

April 15, 2010 • Posted in Germany

Germany seeks to conquer markets with new nanotechnology initiative

April 15, 2010 • Posted in Germany

German parliament passes amendment to Stem Cell Act

April 15, 2010 • Posted in Germany

German parliament opens debate on future of stem cell research

April 13, 2010 • Posted in Germany