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The Nexus of Science and Foreign Policy: U.S. Biotechnology and Global Competitiveness (audio)

Speakers: James C. Greenwood, President and chief executive officer, Biotechnology Industry Organization; former Member, House of Representatives (R-PA)
Irving L. Weissman, Director, Stanford Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine; director, Comprehensive Cancer Center; professor, pathology and developmental biology, Stanford University School of Medicine
Presider: Justin Gillis, Biotechnology industry reporter, Washington Post
November 17, 2005

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