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Jim McLaughlin jmclau at medusa.unm.edu
Mon Dec 5 00:05:36 EST 1994


In article <3bl4ue$mpj at er2.rutgers.edu>, shafik at eden.rutgers.edu (Ian Sanderson) writes:
>	I am writing, or am supposed to be writing a research proposal for a Scientific and Technical Writing class I am in at Rutgers University.  I have just switched into the major of biotechnology and as a result have to do something pertaining to my major.  I have chosen to work with bioremediation, and will probably work with bioremediation of oil spills.  The question I have from anyone out there is this:
>	Are there are any articles or journals you could suggest where I could find the most recent information about what has already been done in this subject area?
>	From what research I have done, I have determined that there have been no uses of genetically modified organisms outside of laboratory conditions...is this true?  If this is the case would a proposal suggesting a battery of tests for a particular microorganism that has been gentetically modified be best.  Thanks for any help you can give...
>-- 
>shafik at eden.rutgers.edu
>Cook College
Ian: The American Academy of Microbiology held a colloquim on Bioremediation
recently and the proceedings have been published. You can obtain a copy of the
proceedings by sending an Email message to Peggy McNult at the American Society
for Microbiology. Her address is pmcnult at asmusa.org








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