GIESBRECHT: Why is the university pretending indigenous knowledge and science are the equivalent of our written knowledge base? Why are they allowing this farce to unfold?
FRASER: In the retail food business, customers have plenty of questions about how their food is produced. The answers often surprise them
MELLOR-TRUPP: I’ve learned to respect the views of people who are educated on subjects about which I was concerned – even if they work for Monsanto
LYBECKER: Provide biopharmaceutical firms with patent term extensions to recover time lost due to mandatory governmental regulatory and marketing approvals
NIVEN: That’s the time it takes for practitioners to apply the results of research by health scientists that could help in patient care
MCLAUGHLIN: Crop production science and innovation led to new technologies that averted a predicted global starvation catastrophe
BONNER: Hoggan’s contempt for the public is only matched by his lack of understanding of the scientific method
TALWAR: A few questions to ask before implementing what is potentially the most disruptive technology in history