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Der Ursprung und die explosive Entwicklung von GMOs

  • Paul Knoepfler
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Zusammenfassung

Anno 1981 entwickelten Forscher in einer Garage in Davis, Kalifornien eine kühne Idee. Es war einer dieser raren Geistesblitze mit dem Potenzial, die Welt zu verändern. Dieser Hightech-Heureka-Moment ereignete sich nicht weit entfernt von dem Ort, an dem ich das Buch, das Sie gerade in der Hand halten, geschrieben habe. Ich lebe in Davis, als Professor an der UC Davis School of Medicine.

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  • Paul Knoepfler
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  1. 1.School of MedicineUC Davis Health SystemDavisVereinigte Staaten von Amerika

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