RESOURCES: Developing Science

Science  01 Aug 2003:
Vol. 301, Issue 5633, pp. 573
DOI: 10.1126/science.301.5633.573b

Want to know if Brazil's laws to prevent “biopiracy” are inhibiting research there? Curious about why China has been reluctant to approve the use of genetically engineered crops? Check out the Science and Development Network, an information clearinghouse that explores the impact of science and technology on developing countries. Try the news section for the latest updates, or browse the editorials and opinion pieces to see what issues have people talking. To dig deeper, flip open “dossiers” on topics such as the brain drain from developing to developed countries, genetically modified crops, and climate change. The site's offerings include a selection of free articles from Science and Nature.

Navigate This Article