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This 'Grass' is Not Green - Say, 'No Thanks, I Am Fine Without Drugs'

...akes Stock India happens to be the only country cultivating opium for medical and scientific use. Despite strict regulation, some amount gets into the illicit route. Drug abuse is also becoming a problem at call centers and college campuses. The key challenge to curbing drug abuse in India hovers around co...

Cloning Ban Built into Stem Cell Research Bill

...s defined as "replication of a human individual by cultivating a cell with genetic material through the egg, embryo, fetal and newborn stages into a new human individual." "It's a backstop against what they're saying the slippery slope is," Kahn said. But opponents tried to enact even stricter limits. Those ...

Cultivating gold on a fig tree

...g tree as the 'factory'. But before rushing to try cultivating fig trees and converting the gold into ornaments, here is a word of caution : The scientists have been able to use the micro- organism to churn out gold nanoparticles 8,000 times smaller than the human hair.// And therein lies the beauty of the new g...

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