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The real significance of gene doping

The Olympic Isle on opening night in July was full of sweet noises and good intentions. But beneath the fantasy a sewer ran, diverted but untamed: the spectre of doping. And not just doping, because this is the age of genomics: gene doping.

30 Sep 2012 - 4:43PM

The Olympic Isle on opening night in July was full of sweet noises and good intentions. But beneath the fantasy a sewer ran, diverted but untamed: the spectre of doping. And not just doping, because this is the age of genomics: gene doping.

The real significance of gene doping
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Book review: Wave, a Memoir of Life After the Tsunami

On December 26, 2004, when the tsunami broke across the shores of the Indian Ocean, killing at least 275,000 people in a dozen countries, my three small children and I were paddling in the sea in Mumbai. We all noticed an unusually high, strong riptide that morning, but it was not until we returned to the hotel that we learnt how lucky we had been.

14 Apr 2013 - 5:35PM

On December 26, 2004, when the tsunami broke across the shores of the Indian Ocean, killing at least 275,000 people in a dozen countries, my three small children and I were paddling in the sea in Mumbai. We all noticed an unusually high, strong riptide that morning, but it was not until we returned to the hotel that we learnt how lucky we had been.

Book review: Wave, a Memoir of Life After the Tsunami
Britain's spy chief slams leaking of state secrets in wake of Snowden revelations