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(New) political interfaces in the life sciences

  • Dietram Scheufele (a1)
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Correspondence: Dietram Scheufele, Department of Life Sciences Communication, Hiram Smith Hall, 1545 Observatory Drive, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 53706-1215. Email: scheufele@wisc.edu
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Politics and the Life Sciences
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