Futurewatch Reflects on a "Futurewatch."

Coote, Jennifer
August 2005
Future Times;2005, Vol. 3, p9
Provides information on the publication "Futurewatch: Biotechnologies to 2025," prepared for New Zealand government agencies by the Ministry of Research, Science and Technology in January 2005. Definition of futurewatching; Drawbacks of the emphasis of the report on the hard aspects of biotechnology such as the science, applications and economics; Benefits of the development of scanning capabilities by government agencies.


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