Is biotechnological research in Italy a chimera? (Second part)The second part of the interview conducted by Cristina Grasseni with Giovanna Lazzari e Cesare Galli at the Laboratory of Reproduction Technology in Cremona (Italy) in which many points of fundamental importance for a serious contemporary debate on responsibility and innovation emerge. - (post in Italian)
by Redazione FGB, 26 November 2008 Permalink
Is biotechnological research in Italy a chimera? An interview with Giovanna Lazzari and Cesare GalliResearch originality, an experimental approach and leadership within the scientific community has brought the Laboratory of Reproduction Technology (Cremona, Italy) to the cutting edge of scientific innovation regarding the cloning of breeding animals (above all with cows, horses and pigs). Giovana Lazzari and Cesare Galli were asked about the nature of the Laboratory of Reproduction Technology, their current activities and the new challenges they will have to face. - (post in Italian)
by Redazione FGB, 8 October 2008 Permalink
Slow food, fast genes: the different timescapes of innovation and responsibility in the anthropology of food (2)(continuing from "Slow food, fast genes... (1)") Timescapes of authenticity Innovation or creativity: which is the best concept for explaining the kind of novelty that affects our daily consumption of...
by Redazione FGB, 6 June 2005 Permalink