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Bioscience Resource Project | Wikipedia audio article

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00:00:26 1 Philosophy and mission
00:01:07 2 History
00:02:08 3 Project activities
00:02:17 3.1 Websites
00:02:30 3.1.1 Independent Science News
00:03:05 3.1.2 Bioscience Resource Project
00:03:32 3.2 Publications
00:04:03 3.3 Other activities
00:04:35 4 Controversies
00:04:44 4.1 Contesting the precision of plant genetic engineering
00:05:59 4.2 Challenging the idea that common western diseases are genetically determined
00:08:10 5 See also
00:08:19 5.1 Other organizations

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The Bioscience Resource Project is a public interest organization that describes itself as providing independent research and analysis in the agriculture-related biosciences since 2006. In 2011, they started Independent Science News, a website providing news and critical comment on topics where food, agriculture, and biotechnology impact human health and the environment.