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Genetic Revolution

on BBC Radio 4 FM

In the past few years scientists have succeeded in making new kinds of microbes with unique characteristics to serve mankind. In the next few years new drugs to treat illnesses, from colds to cancer, new types of pesticides and fertilisers, and new energy sources will be coming out of the laboratory. But is Britain falling behind other countries?
The BBC's Science Correspondent, James Wilkinson , examines genetic engineering and Britain's progress in it.
Producer JOHN Williams
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James Wilkinson
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