Jaydee Hanson

Jaydee Hanson works as a policy analyst for the Center for Food Safety on issues related to animal cloning and animal genetic engineering. He also works for the Center’s sister agency, the International Center for Technology Assessment (ICTA) where he directs their work on human genetics, including work on stem cell research, cloning, and gene/embryo patenting. Prior to coming to the Center for Food Safety and ICTA in 2004, he was the United Methodist Church’s staff director of genetics and bioethics issues from 1981 to 2004. He is a fellow of the Institute on Biotechnology and the Human Future.

Size matters

U.S. should follow Europe and put the brakes on nanotech food and other products

Nanoparticles are already used in many sunscreens.(Photo: Alex Parlini, Proj. on Emerging Nanotechnologies)One month ago, the Committee on Environment, Health and Consumer Protection of the European Parliament voted in favor of excluding nanotechnology from the …

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