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The Perennial Passion of Philip Nicholas Furbank
Philip Nicholas Furbank, Nick to his friends, was born 23 May 1920 in Surrey; and died 27 June 2014 at the age of 94 in London
Dr. Mae-Wan Ho, 18th August 2014

Announcing Science in Society 63 - Autumn 2014
Global Inequality & Its Ills And What to Do About It | Science of the Organism | Science and Democracy | ISIS Reviews | New Genetics, Evolution, & Hazards of GMOs | Technology Watch | Green Energies | Freeing the World from GMOs
ISIS, 11th August 2014

Artificial versus Natural Genetic Modification and Perils of GMOs
Artificial versus Natural Genetic Modification and the Perils of GMOs
Dr Mae-Wan Ho, 5th August 2014

China is World's Leading Renewable Superpower
Top in investment, installed capacity and generation, and moving away from fossil fuels; in contrast to the USA
Dr Mae-Wan Ho, 30th July 2014

Equality is Good for You
RG Wilkinson and KE Pickett. The Spirit Level: Why Equality is Better for Everyone. Penguin Books. Pp 349 £9.99. ISBN 978-0-141-03236-8.
Prof Peter Saunders, 28th July 2014

Capitalism and the Inexorable Rise of Inequality
Review of T Piketty: Le capital au XXIe siècle. Paris, Éditions du Seuil, 2031. English translation by A Goldhammer: Capital in the Twenty-First Century, Cambridge MA, Belknap, 2014. 696 pp, £29.95. ISBN 9780674430006.
ISIS, 23rd July 2014

Global Inequality and Its Ills
And What to Do About It. Inequality is bad for most people not just the poor, bad for business and political stability; and it can be cured
Prof Peter Saunders, 21st July 2014

Sperm-Mediated Inheritance of Acquired Characters
Heredity does not just depend on DNA in chromosomes or organelles, loose sequences of RNA and DNA can be independently inherited, and readily taken up by sperm cells to transfer the father’s acquired characters to the fertilized egg; this underscores the trans-generational hazards of new toxins and nucleic acids introduced into our food chain via genetically modified organisms
Dr Mae-Wan Ho, 14th July 2014


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