Neither Golden Nugget nor Frankenstein. The need to Re-embed Food Biotechnologies in Sociocultural Contexts

  • Michiel Korthals
Part of the Wissenschaftsethik und Technikfolgenbeurteilung book series (ETHICSSCI, volume 24)


Small Farmer Sociocultural Context Public Deliberation Allergenic Reaction Supply Firm 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Michiel Korthals
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  1. 1.Wageningen UniversityWageningen

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