GeneWatch is America’s first and only magazine dedicated to monitoring biotechnology’s social, ethical and environmental consequences. Since 1983, GeneWatch has covered a broad spectrum of issues, from genetically engineered foods to biological weapons, genetic privacy and discrimination, reproductive technologies, and human cloning.

The current issue of GeneWatch focuses on biological warfare: the ideologies and policies that have driven its development, and the misguided U.S. public health response. You may now read online the first article, "Rethinking the Biological Warfare Problem" by Susan Wright  http://www.gene-watch.org/genewatch/articles/16-2wright.html

Dr. Wright is an Associate Research Scientist and Lecturer in the History of Science at the University of Michigan. She is a specialist in the history and politics of molecular biology and biotechnology, and author of Molecular Politics: Developing American and British Regulatory Policy for Genetic Engineering (1994) and Preventing a Biological Arms Race (1990).

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Sujatha Byravan Ph.D.
Executive Director,
Council for Responsible Genetics
5 Upland Road, Suite 3
Cambridge, MA 02140
Tel: (617) 868 0870 / Fax: (617) 491-5344
http://www.gene-watch.org