Saturday, June 07, 2014


Bad Science "Not only do patents push higher prices onto consumers, they burden the research world with the increased costs of paying for the intellectual property needed to do further research. Research labs have to pay thousands of dollars for the strains and processes needed to build upon current developments, adding more costs to cutting-edge research."
2008 crash rescued Marx from the dustbin?
On higher education and inequality by Matt Bruenig. Lant Pritchett earlier in the context of developing countries.
Eulogy for NHS
Ed Yong on microbiological age
GM eggplants in Bangla Desh
An earlier post on BT brinjal

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