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A Book for (Y)our Time – A Review

March 28, 2019 • Posted in Blog

D. Joy Riley, M.D., M.A. Executive Director

Reading Siddhartha Mukherjee’s The Gene: An Intimate History (NY, NY: Scribner, 2016; paperback, 2017) is to take a 150+ year print journey with an English-speaking physician and scientist, who is also a renaissance man. Mukherjee, an assistant professor of medicine at Columbia University, won the Pulitzer Prize in 2011 for his non-fiction work, The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer. I have not read that earlier work, but have spent time delving into The Gene.

The Gene: An Intimate History begins with the author’s 2012 trip to Calcutta with his father to visit a 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

Is there life for stem cells after Geron? — NewScientist

November 21, 2011 • Posted in Stem Cell Research

Feds OK 2nd human study of embryonic stem cells — pddnet

November 22, 2010 • Posted in Atlas